Lineage Logistics Holdings of Novi, Mich., signed definitive agreements to acquire Dallas, Texas-based Emergent Cold. The acquisition strengthens Lineage’s presence in the United States and signifies its entry into the Australian, New Zealand and Sri Lankan temperature-controlled logistics markets.
Stellar, a fully integrated design-build firm, completed construction of two refrigerated distribution facilities for Lineage Logistics in Vernon, Calif. The two adjoining facilities, which total 200,000 ft2, began as one cold storage building.
Americold Realty Trust entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Canada’s Nova Cold Logistics, together with its institutional partners, for approximately $253 million. The Nova Cold portfolio consists of three locations (Toronto, Calgary, Halifax) totaling 23.5 million ft3 with approximately 81,000 pallet positions.
Design-build firm A M King finished design and construction of a greenfield facility for TrueCore, a manufacturer of insulated metal panels for use in construction and renovation of industrial cold storage and food processing projects. The building sits on a 14-acre site in Laurens, S.C.
Premier Refrigerated Warehouse, a provider of cold storage solutions, signed a deal to occupy a 200,000 ft2 facility under construction in Burleson, Texas. According to a report, the facility is expected to be complete by the fourth quarter of 2021.
A M King, a fully integrated design-build firm, won two Excellence in Construction (EIC) Eagle Awards from Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Carolinas for its work on Aldi Inc.’s regional headquarters and distribution center in Dinwiddie County, Va., and for Cheney Brothers Inc.’s cold storage distribution center in Statesville, N.C.
Star Refrigeration completed the manufacture and installation of a new cold storage facility at Lineage Logistics’ site in Great Haddon, United Kingdom. The 75,000 m3 plant includes 15,000 pallet spaces of frozen warehouse capacity.
According to a report, Austin-headquartered Yukon Ventures partnered with New Jersey’s Saxum Real Estate to develop a 400,000 ft2 cold storage facility in Burleson, Texas. Premier Refrigerated Warehouse signed a lease to occupy 200,000 ft2 as the project’s anchor.