FreezPak Logistics, a leading third party food logistics company, announced the opening of a new location in Jacksonville, Florida. The Jacksonville project will be 272,400-square-foot temperature-controlled warehouse and is set to break ground in early 2023. This will be FreezPak Logistics second location in Florida; FreezPak Miami is scheduled to open December 2022.

FreezPak Jacksonville will contain 34 loading docks, 132 trailer parking stalls, 90 container plug-ins and 194 additional car parking spaces. The facility will have a 75-foot building height, 57,000 pallet positions in a 211,517-square-foot freezer space and 40,480-square-foot cooler dock. Blast freezing, cross docking, transportation, repacking, overseas container plug-in, USDA and FDA will all be offered at this facility.  

The Jacksonville location will be in proximity to Interstates 95, 295 and 10 and only a few miles away from Jacksonville terminals.

“We are excited to develop another facility in Florida. FreezPak’s mission is providing exceptional customer service and creating long lasting client partnerships,” said David Saoud, co-founder/CEO. “We look forward to expand our service offerings to our valued clientele in the southeast.” 

FreezPak robotic division plans on installing 42 robots at the facility, growing the company’s ASRS robotic fleet to 129.      

“Our team continues to work hard on improving our services over the past 21 years.  Our proven track record is driving the developments of facilities all over the country.  We have more facilities in the design phase and will announce those in the upcoming months.” said Michael Saoud, co-founder/CEO 

By early 2024, FreezPak expects to have 310,000 frozen pallet positions in its network.  

About FreezPak Logistics
 Established in 2001, FreezPak is a family-owned business with headquarters in Carteret New Jersey, FreezPak and has been providing customized distribution services since launching. FreezPak continues to stay ahead of the curve with innovation and the continuous drive to meet the rising demand for cold storage space.