Crowley Open New Miami Cold Storage Facility

Press Release
Monday, February 04, 2013
Inside New Cold Storage Facility: Photo credit Crowley:

Crowley Maritime Corp. & Customized Brokers, its Miami-based Customs brokerage company, open 'Crowley Fresh' facility.

Crowley Fresh features multiple humidity and temperature-controlled coolers and is open 24/7 to store and handle perishables arriving from Latin and South America, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia and the Far East in South Florida for import and export.


The state-of-the-art facility is ideal for perishable storage or may be used as an in-transit consolidation/deconsolidation point. Crowley Fresh features high-tech cooling and monitoring equipment, including forced air precooling, which can be adjusted to meet and maintain varying temperature requirements. With 400,000 total cubic feet of refrigerated space, the facility also offers additional storage space for cargo supplies and non-refrigerated materials.

“When you’re shipping temperature-sensitive goods, every second counts. Shippers of perishables need a reliable and committed cold-chain logistics partner who has industry-leading specialized equipment and experience,” said Crowley’s Nelly Yunta; vice president; sales, marketing and customer care. “We can offer this and more, including a diverse suite of additional logistics capabilities, such as Customs brokerage, air freight and trucking services. For South Florida perishable customers, Crowley is truly a one-stop-shop shipping and logistics provider.”



Crowley Fresh is located at 11401 NW 100th Road, Medley, FL 33178. Customers may contact the Crowley Fresh team by calling 305-463-4800 or 305-720-5127 (after hours) or by emailing [email protected]

 

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