Food and agribusiness is a major industry in Ohio, boasting hundreds of companies that cultivate, process, package, distribute, and market food and drinks to consumers around the world. One critical component of this value chain is cold storage. Cold storage warehouses and refrigerated trucks are equipped to handle a variety of products from refrigerated and frozen food to pharmaceuticals. There are currently over 35 cold storage facilities throughout Ohio with more under construction.
With a growing food and ag sector, the demand for cold storage is expected to increase across the state. Ohio provides a central location for distribution to more than half of the U.S. and Canadian populations within a day’s drive, making it a strategic area for expansion of cold storage.
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Cleveland Cold Storage Meets Rising Demand for Freezer Space
Cleveland Cold Storage, a 156,000-square-foot freezer on the Opportunity Corridor in Cleveland, will provide a full range of frozen storage, distribution, and transportation services for local, regional, national, and international processors, grocers, distributors, and others in a state-of-the-art facility.
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