Lineage Logistics, LLC (“Lineage”), a leading international warehousing and logistics company backed by Bay Grove, LLC (“Bay Grove”), announced today it has acquired eight temperature-controlled warehouses from U.S. Growers Cold Storage (“Growers”). With the acquisitions, Lineage adds significant capacity to its expansive facility network in Southern California, providing increased storage flexibility and greater access to value-added solutions for its customers. Financial terms of the transactions were not disclosed. Continue reading
Americold, the global leader in temperature-controlled warehousing and logistics to the food industry, has officially opened a new addition to its Clearfield, Utah, campus. Located at 755 E 1700 S in Clearfield, the new building adds more than 9.5 million cubic feet of temperature-controlled warehouse space, bringing the total capacity of the campus to nearly 21 million cubic feet.
Together with its neighboring Salt Lake City facility, Americold’s Clearfield footprint significantly extends the company’s market leadership in northern Utah to greater than 50 percent of total temperature-controlled warehouse capacity—more than triple of its nearest local competitor. Continue reading
In response to our customers’ growing needs, we recently opened our 6th facility in Salt Lake City, Utah. This new site expands our direct-to-consumer fulfillment, cold storage and transportation services for our clients. With our new addition and our current east coast operations, RLS can now offer 2nd day ground shipping to 80% of the US population.
SnoTemp has achieved USDA Organic Certification as a storage facility after a compliance audit by Oregon Tilth. With this certification SnoTemp can ensure that customer products are handled in accordance with USDA Organic Standards, maintaining organic integrity throughout the supply chain. “Our customers undergo a rigorous process to become certified organic and operating as an organic certified warehouse allows us to best maintain their organic product,” says Jason Lafferty, CEO of SnoTemp. Continue reading