Kool-Pak° expands, doubles size of facility in Ontario CA

Kool-Pak° expands, doubles size of facility in Ontario CA

To support its expanding California transportation business, Kool Pak°, a refrigerated LTL provider, announces the expansion of its facility in Ontario CA.
Kool Pak signed a five-year lease renewal and is expanding capacity and capabilities, doubling the size of its temperature-controlled warehouse at 1930 South Rochester Avenue to accommodate extensive business growth throughout California. Along with California transportation, warehousing, and distribution, Kool Pak° offers brokerage, consolidation, and logistics services throughout the United States and Canada.
The Ontario facility is well-situated for proximity to customers and transportation routes to efficiently serve the greater Los Angeles basin throughout California, as well as all points in the United States and Canada. Josh Eddins, terminal manager and longtime Kool Pak° employee, oversees all operations at the expanded facility.
“In alignment with our number one goal of protecting customers’ products throughout the cold chain, we are committed to investing in our five temperature-controlled facilities, equipment, and people,” said Steve Ness, president and chief executive officer.
Kool Pak° also has temperature-controlled warehouses in British Columbia, Oregon, Washington, and northern California that handle frozen, chilled, and dry products. All locations offer extensive—and increasing—cooler and freezer capacity to handle any size load, no matter what the temperature or handling requirements, to ensure customer products are always protected and handled at the correct temperature.
To increase capacity for market growth throughout Canada, Kool Pak°’s Polar Express Transportation division plans to expand freezer capacity in the coming months at the Langley, British Columbia facility.
For more information, call 800-938-3525 ext 105 or access www.kool-pak.com.

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