The company is also building a 60,000-square-foot distribution warehouse at the same Ohio location.
September 13, 2021
Nature Fresh Farms is expanding its operations in Delta, Ohio, increasing their organic acreage as well as a plans to build a new distribution center. The property expansion will include doubling the greenhouse acreage from the current 45 acres to 90, with the future extension to be dedicated to year-round organics. This new greenhouse allows the company to expand organics program using state of the art tech to grow tomatoes and peppers throughout the year.
After a construction period lasting about a year, MULTIVAC in Kansas City, Missouri, has opened its new Logistics Center, which will help meet increasing demands for spare parts logistics and material supplies for production. This investment lays the foundations for further growth by MULTIVAC in the region.
RLS Logistics is building an 83,000-square-foot cold storage facility in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, set to open Q1 of 2022. The facility will provide frozen and refrigerated food manufacturers, distributors, processors, and importers in the Springfield and Boston region with public cold storage warehouse capacity relief and access to RLS' temperature controlled less than truckload shipping programs.
Dedeaux Properties and joint venture partner Brasa Capital Management have sold a fully-leased 73,992-square-foot Class A industrial distribution building in the Inland Empire city of Redlands, California, to LBA Realty, completing the disposition of a brand new two-building complex. The building includes 20,000 square feet of cold storage space with two coolers at 55 and 34 degrees, and is currently leased to In-N-Out Burger.
The Maryland facility--which serves all 163 Giant Food stores--now has 106 dock doors, a 20% increase.
August 3, 2020
Giant Food, a leading greater Washington D.C. regional grocery chain, announced the expansion of its distribution warehouse in Jessup, Maryland, which serves all 163 Giant Food stores throughout Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia and Delaware. The expansion will add over 95,000 square feet, a 23% increase in footprint, which will increase efficiency and add capacity for high-demand categories like organics, fresh produce, meat and seafood as well as other merchandise including fresh cut floral and seasonal products.
R.W. Zant specializes in all aspects of protein and dairy wholesale distribution to foodservice and retail distributors throughout the Western United States.
July 24, 2017
Stavis Seafoods, Boston, Mass., entered a primary distribution partnership with R.W. Zant Co., Los Angeles, beginning Aug. 1, to include the warehousing and delivery of Stavis Seafoods’ products to R.W. Zant customers.