Mattingly Cold Storage to expand freezer capacity

Melbourne, Florida, USA: Mattingly Cold Storage, a family-owned cold storage company is to build a 6,100 pallet freezer store.

Tippmann Innovation has the contract for the 1.4 million cubic foot freezer expansion. and will begin work this fall with completion due in the spring of 2020.

The partners at Tippmann Innovation and Mattingly’s president, Andy Hess, have a long-standing relationship in the cold storage industry. “We’ve known Andy and his family for over 20 years, and have a lot of respect for them and the way they do business. We are excited to work with them on this latest project.” Rob Adams, partner, Tippmann.

“After listening to a lot of other success stories of people who have worked with Ti, we felt very confident in their ability to build us a high-quality freezer that will allow us to meet the growing needs of our customers.” Angie Schmidt, executive vice president, Mattingly said.

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