Kool Pak expands LTL services eastwards

Ontario, CA, US: Kool Pak is expanding transcontinental lerss-than-truckload services with weekly scheduled temperature-controlled shipments from California beginning 22 October.

Expanded LTL coverage from Ontario will include Texas, Georgia, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York boroughs in addition to its current service to the seven western states and Canada.

Steve Ness, chief executive, Kool Pak, says: “We’ve been developing these lanes and are now ready to expand our chilled and frozen transportation services from our facility in Ontario.”

“We plan to extend coverage to all remaining states in the near future.” Kool Pak offers frozen, refrigerated and dry storage, consolidation and logistics services in addition to temperature-controlled transport from Ontario.

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