Above: Joe Males (Mayor of Hemet), Mark Prestwich (City Manager), Benigno Sandoval (Economic Development Manager), Brett Olsen (VP, Olsen), Nick Huddlestun (Asst Project Manager), Brian Kluge, Rob Smaron, Gary Throw Jr. — photo by Jared Sislin Photography

National Tube Supply celebrates the groundbreaking of a new facility in Hemet, California on June 6. 

National Tube Supply President Gary Throw, Jr. Hemet General Manager Rob Smaron, Project Consultant Brian Kluge, and Senior Project Manager Patrick Enrich were in attendance breaking ground at the site of the new warehouse. 

The new Hemet facility will boast roughly 90,000 sq. ft. of warehouse, dual hoist 10-ton cranes, and double lane drive throughs. In addition to 7,000 sq. ft. of office space, a 1,500 sq. ft. second floor outdoor mezzanine with lounge seating and grilling area offers team members a place to relax and socialize while enjoying the Southern California weather. 

“We are excited for the opportunities that a new facility built from the ground up will offer our employees and customers,” says Throw. “We get to plan the details around our business today while planning for our future growth and allowing our employees to work in a state-of-the-art facility.”

The new Hemet facility, designed to replace the existing Moreno Valley warehouse, is set to open in the 2nd quarter of 2025. 

Brian Kluge, Gary Throw Jr., Rob Smaron — photo by Jared Sislin Photography

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