Preferred Freezer Services Breaks Ground on Third Chicago Facility Company keeps pace with increased
Chatham, New Jersey (March 23, 2016) – Preferred Freezer Services (PFS), a global leader in advanced design and engineered temperature-controlled warehouses, celebrates ground-breaking in Chicago, Illinois. The new facility will be the company’s third in the Chicago area and its thirty-sixth in the United States. The Chicago III facility will satisfy demand for modern and efficient cold storage warehousing services in the competitive metropolitan Chicago market.
The new facility, scheduled to open in the spring of 2017, will be located at the intersection of S. Blue Island Avenue Drive and S. Wood Street near the intersection of S. Damen Avenue and Interstate 55. The completed facility will cover 227,043 square feet, stand 58 feet tall, and have a storage capacity of more than 32,000 pallets. The warehouse will consist of three rooms that will have multi-temperature capabilities as well as meat services such as blast freezing and USDA inspection services.
“Preferred Freezer Services continues to invest in new state-of-the-art cold storage warehouse and distribution facilities to support the growing needs of new and current customers,” says Dan DiDonato, EVP of Sales at Preferred Freezer Services. DiDonato continues, “The demand for temperature-controlled buildings in Chicago and across the US that comply with and exceed the latest food safety regulatory requirements from a local, state, and federal perspective is a growing concern for food manufacturers, distributors, importers, exporters, etc. We understand this concern and are proud to be part of the supply chain that brings their food to market.”
For more information on our newest Chicago facility, contact Regional Sales Director Aaron Hinderer at 510-798-3930 / firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information regarding specific PFS locations, please visit www.PreferredFreezer.com. For general information regarding all PFS facilities in the U.S., please contact Dan DiDonato at 973- 820-4040.