2018 Top Refrigerated Warehousing Firms

2018 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 50 Largest Logistics Companies in North America
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Top Refrigerated Warehousing Firms

Rank Company Total Refrigerated Storage (Millions of Cu. Ft.) No. of Warehouses
1 Americold Logistics 945.0 160
2 Lineage Logistics 600.0 114
3 Preferred Freezer Services 300.0 37
4 United States Cold Storage 270.0 38
5 XPO Logistics 141.8 401
6 VersaCold Logistics Services 118.0 31
7 Interstate Warehousing 100.0 7
8 Cloverleaf Cold Storage 91.0 17
9 Henningsen Cold Storage 60.0 11
10 Hanson Logistics 37.0 9
11 Conestoga Cold Storage 37.0 5
12 Allied Frozen Storage 35.0 7
13 Trenton Cold Storage 28.0 8
14 FST Logistics 22.5 6
15 NFI 15.9 130
16 Agro Merchants Group 7.5 -
17 Penske Logistics 1.9 87
18 Peoples Services Inc. 1.2 37
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Verst Group ($172 million), Walton, Ky., provides air and ocean freight forwarding, customs brokerage, dedicated contract carriage, freight brokerage, freight payment and auditing, intermodal and drayage, inventory management and packaging, order fulfillment, returned goods management, supply chain consulting, transportation management and warehousing and distribution.
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