Sierra Supply Chain cuts the ribbon on new cold store

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada: Sierra Supply Chain Services’ new cold store in Hamilton is open for business.

The 65-foot-tall expansion has nearly 164,000 sq ft of storage space and over 36,000 pallet positions, bringing the site’s total to 250,000 sq ft.and 30,000 sq ft of food processing space.

Ti Cold built the extension which has narrow aisles and raised ceiling heights maximise density, decreasing the facility’s footprint and increasing storage capacity.

“We are excited to bring this state-of-the-art facility to market,” said Rob Vanden Broek, chief executive Sierra Supply Chain Services, “High density and high efficiency are the future in 3PL supply chain and Sierra Cold will lead the way.”

Sam Tippmann, president, Ti Cold, said: “This project continues the growth and expansion of our development footprint and is yet another exceptional example of market demand advancing cold chain infrastructure investment across North America. At Ti Cold, we feel privileged to be a part of an essential industry that brings value to so many, and is valued by so many,” said Tippmann.

Sam Tippmann added: “When it’s the right time to build, you need the right partner. Ti Cold brings depth of experience to every aspect of the cold industry and we proudly use our expertise to help our clients through every step of the process.”

“Ti Cold provides design and cold storage construction expertise that is best in class,” said Vanden Broek. “Decades of pioneering experience and numerous cold chain patents positioned Ti Cold to be our partner of choice.”

From left to right: Ramesh Nedadur, Josh Koester, Paul Paletta, Rob Vanden Broek and Rob Adams


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