Interstate Warehousing, Fort Wayne, Ind., announced that the expansion to the Indianapolis (Franklin), Ind., facility is complete, adding more than 309,000 square feet of refrigerated and frozen warehouse space to the building, which has expanded four times in the 10 years since it was originally built in 2005. This expansion also brought with it more than 46,000 new pallet positions and another 54 dock doors to handle the additional truck volume coming in and out of the facility. The Indianapolis (Franklin) warehouse is the largest facility in the Interstate Warehousing network, standing at 900,000 square feet.
Interstate Warehousing’s Nashville (Murfreesboro), Tenn., warehouse also underwent a significant expansion, adding more than 155,000 square feet to its footprint. This facility was originally built in 2006, and has undergone two expansions. The expansion includes more than 23,000 pallet positions and 31 additional dock doors. The Nashville (Murfreesboro) multi-temperature building now stands at 400,000 square feet, with additional room on site and master planning in place for additional expansion in the future.
“This is an exciting time for Interstate Warehousing,” says John Tippmann, Jr., president of Tippmann Group/Interstate Warehousing. “We have some great customers in both Franklin and Murfreesboro, and when that is combined with an amazing team of employees doing a fantastic job of handling the customers’ products and accounts, it’s a recipe for success. We’re grateful for the customers who have given us the ability to grow by placing their trust in Interstate Warehousing, and we look forward to continuing to provide them with the best customer service in the industry.”
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