Port of Corpus Christi Cold Storage Adds New Repack Line

Friday, May 31, 2002
The Port of Corpus Christi Cold Storage has an improved feature, a new repack line. Already in the repacking business with pork bellies and hams, the Port of Corpus Christi Cold Storage recently purchased additional equipment including scales, auto dumper, pack off conveyor, and full case conveyor in order to handle the current and expected repacking business. The Port’s new repack line is capable of boxing approximately 120,000 lbs per day. The Corpus Christi Cold Storage features 100,000 sq feet of chill and frozen space complete with blast freeze capabilities, 11,000 pallet capacity, and enclosed temperature-controlled rail and truck docks. Certifications include USDA approvals for export and ID service, import inspection, and FSIS-USDA Poultry export certification to Russia.
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