Logistics Briefs: Preferred Freezer, Henningsen in the news
Campanelli Companies, Braintree, Mass., said it expects by fall 2011 to build a 141,521-square-foot cold storage facility in Linden, N.J. for Preferred Freezer Services. A real estate developer and construction company, Campanelli said the Linden warehouse (pictured, left) will feature 132,665 square feet of freezer and dock areas and 8,856 square feet of office space. Preferred has as many as 25 U.S. facilities nationwide, in addition to overseas locations.
National public refrigerated warehousing services provider Henningsen Cold Storage Co., Hillsboro, Ore., said it added Michael Richardson and David Thompson as directors on the company's board. Richardson is president & CEO of Haney Truck Line, Yakima, Wash. Thompsonis President & CEO of TEC Equipment, Portland.
"Michael and David are excellent additions to our board," said Henningsen Chairman & President Michael Henningsen. "Michael and David bring business expertise that will be critical as we continue to grow and diversify our operations. They also bring a wealth of knowledge in transportation operations, which is a rapidly growing division within the Henningsen organization."
The Packer reported that Border Cold Storage LLC, a Pharr, Texas, produce distributor, expects by next October to build a 40,000-square-foot addition.