For Immediate Release

 

Chatham, New Jersey (August 6, 2018) – Preferred Freezer Services (PFS), a global leader in advanced design and engineered temperature-controlled warehouses is excited to announce the opening of its newly constructed cooler space in Los Angeles. By providing both cold-storage and cooler space, Preferred Freezer Services satisfies the demands of the competitive Los Angeles food services market.

“In addition to Big Bear, the new frozen storage facility recently launched in LA, Preferred is excited to open a new cooler in Los Angeles,” said Mike Townsend, Director of Sales and Operations for the Western Region. Mr. Townsend went on to say, “customers have been asking us to expand our storage capacity at the 34 to 38 °F temperature level. It’s with great pleasure that we can now accommodate them. Preferred Freezer Services is committed to meeting the needs of the Southern California market.”

The new 1.1 million cubic foot cooler has the capacity to store close to 3,000 pallets. Comparable to the other Preferred Freezer Services’ cold-storage warehouses in the Los Angeles area, the cooler space offers value added services to its customers, such as transportation services and multiple consolidation programs. For more information on the cooler, contact Sales Manager Lawrence Abbott at either labbott@preferredfreezer.com or (323) 261-4500 x2803. For information on all thirtyeight PFS locations, please visit www.PreferredFreezer.com or contact Dan DiDonato at 973-820-4040.

 

About Preferred Freezer Services

Preferred Freezer Services, headquartered in Chatham, New Jersey, is dedicated to designing, constructing, and operating state-of-the-art warehouses throughout the United States and Asia. Preferred Freezer Services has grown from a single facility in 1989 to 38 U.S. locations and still growing. Preferred Freezer Services operates in locations throughout the United States with facilities in New York/New Jersey, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Washington State.