Lineage Expands Texas Footprint By Opening Its Newest Facility in Lancaster

The addition of the Lancaster location puts Lineage's footprint in Texas at nearly 20 facilities spanning roughly 192 million cubic feet of capacity.

Lineage, one of the world’s leading temperature-controlled industrial REITs and integrated solutions providers, has opened its newest facility in Lancaster, increasing the company’s footprint in the state.

The addition of the Lancaster location puts Lineage’s footprint in Texas at nearly 20 facilities spanning roughly 192 million cubic feet of capacity.

“We’re proud to announce the opening of our Lancaster site, an exciting new addition to our state-of-the-art network of facilities in the state of Texas,” Brian Beattie, president of Lineage’s North America West operations, said in a statement.

“Texas, more specifically Dallas, is a critical connecting point in the supply chain, and we’re thrilled to bring more innovative thinking and dynamic technology to this community to help optimize distribution, drive efficiencies, and minimize waste across our customers’ businesses.”

The company said that the 343,250-square-foot site at 4150 N. Dallas Avenue will address a range of customer needs and demands with more than 25,000 pallet positions and a user-friendly rack configuration designed to handle high SKU counts and intensive case-picking.

Once fully operational, the company said the site will create more than 65 new jobs to support operations.

Lineage said the Lancaster location offers cross-docking, order management, case picking, EDI, redistribution, freight consolidation, managed transportation, trans-loading, drop trailers, and an on-site generator.

Lineage said the addition of the Lancaster facility strengthens its expansive network in Texas, which includes 18 sites in key cities such as Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Houston, McAllen and San Antonio.

The company said that its facility in the Dallas County city of Sunnyvale, which was announced in 2018, is one of the most innovative facilities in its network and features patented automation and blast-freezing technologies to meet the needs of retail distributors.

One of the world’s leading temperature-controlled industrial REITs and integrated solutions providers, Lineage has a global network of over 400 strategically located facilities, totaling more than 2.5 billion cubic feet of capacity across countries in North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.

It couples industry-leading expertise in end-to-end logistical solutions and innovative technology to partner with the world’s largest food and beverage companies to increase distribution efficiency, advance sustainability, minimize supply chain waste, and, most importantly, help feed the world.

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