United States Cold Storage (USCS) officially opened the doors on a second facility in Sacramento, CA. The move brings additional needed capacity to the northern California market.
USCS built the 6.8 million-cubic-foot warehouse on the north side of Sacramento in the McClellan Business Park (formerly McClellan Air Force Base). The multi-temp (-20F to +45F) site offers more than 31,000 pallet positions, 20 dock doors, and a rail siding served by both the Union Pacific and BNSF railroads. Continue reading
United States Cold Storage (USCS) recently completed a 5.3 million-cubic-foot, Phase Three addition at its public refrigerated warehouse (PRW) in Dallas, TX.
Just built in 2013, USCS Dallas is located at 2225 N. Cockrell Hill Rd. and works with nearby USCS warehouses in Fort Worth and Arlington, TX, to serve the Dallas Metroplex region. For its part, USCS Dallas is a strategic location to efficiently serve key markets throughout Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. Continue reading
United States Cold Storage (USCS) is proud to announce that its Hazleton, PA, warehouse earned the “2015 Facility of the Year” recognition from Unilever United States Inc., Englewood Cliffs, NJ.
For the third year in a row, USCS Hazleton was selected from many third-party refrigerated warehouse sites as “Temperature Controlled Warehouse of the Year,” based on its performance against a range of key performance indicator criteria. They included items related to shipping and inventory accuracies, truck turn times and cost control. Continue reading
United States Cold Storage (USCS) has hired Matthew Hughes as an Assistant Manager for the
company’s dedicated facility in USCS Covington, TN.
Completed in January 2015, the 9,010,000-cubic-foot facility maintains a -20°F environment for ice cream storage and is dedicated to an adjacent ice cream manufacturing facility owned by Unilever. The operation this year was awarded LEED Gold status in the US Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) program. Continue reading