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Construction is underway on a 2.7 million cubic foot expansion of Henningsen Cold Storage’s Portland, Oregon operation.
Originally built in 2008, the facility serves as a centrally located distribution center & manufacturing support facility for many companies requiring frozen and refrigerated warehousing services in the Pacific Northwest.
With quick on/off access to Interstates 84 and 205, Henningsen’s Portland operation is the most conveniently located multi-temperature shipping and receiving point in the Portland metropolitan area for customers and carriers.
“We are simply staying ahead of the curve with our customer growth, says Michael Henningsen, chairman and president. We built the first phase of the Portland facility with expansion in mind.”
The site was pad ready for the expansion, thus enabling the project to be completed very quickly.
The new space will offer multiple rooms, with both frozen and refrigerated capabilities, and will add another 13,000 pallet positions to be operation.
Upon completion in May 2014, the Portland operation will offer 7.9 million total cubic feet of space, and over 30,000 pallet positions to the market.
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