Project of the Month: Pedigree Ovens, PetDine Expansion

Utilizing High-Density Mobile Pallet Rack, Pedigree Ovens expands into a new 220,000-square-foot facility


Client: Petdine, Pedigree Ovens
Market: Warehouse storage, manufacturing
 January 2018

PetDine is a full-service private label co-packer solely focused on the pet industry. PetDine offers a wide range of product types and ingredients to manufacture private label pet foods. They produce  powders, pastes, soft chew treats and cooked treats in any shape.

Preston Munsch of PetDine and Pedigree Ovens said business the past two years has seen increased demand and new clients coming aboard. This growth lead the the expansion into their new facility in Harvard.

Warehouse storage solutions by our Bradford product experts

Our team used a combination of static bulk storage and mobile ActivRac shelving to optimize storage for the new facility and help streamline their workflow. The mix of static and mobile shelving will help the Petdine / Pedigree team improve efficiency throughout their warehouse operations, while laying groundwork for future growth in their facility.


The new facility ‘s HVAC system was interfering with initial shelving designs,  according to Craig Zirbel, one of our Industrial Space Planners. “Russell and Rick worked with me to design a system that worked around their air duct on the west wall and the drain located on the south, wall which were not known about until we had started the initial drawings,” said Craig. “Both were instrumental in making this happen. Rick even helped supervise their general contractor on the grinding of the poured floor to make it level.”

Our team at Bradford Systems consults with our clients and architects to plan the optimal storage solution to meet the client’s needs. We then work closely with the general contractor to ensure the success of each project. We don’t consider a project complete unless our customers are 100% satisfied.

More images from the PetDine / Pedigree Project