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St. Louis Frozen Storage Solutions

Palisades Logistics meets its customers’ St. Louis frozen storage needs by offering both long- and short-term warehouse solutions at facilities designed to meet the strict guidelines intended to ensure safe storage and transportation of temperature- sensitive inventory. The facilities are managed by a logistics team well-versed in all aspects of food storage ranging from system integrity to order accuracy.

Whether looking for public or dedicated space, Palisades Logistics’ St. Louis frozen warehouse customers receive efficient, cost-effective solutions from professionals experienced in the food industry. The warehouse team at these facilities understand that hazard analysis and critical control points are essential elements to keeping both food inventory and customers safe.

Value-Added, Temperature-Controlled Warehouse Services

These St. Louis warehouse facilities are designed specifically for the storage of frozen and perishable products; they are in compliance with all food industry regulations and staffed with professionals who possess the experience to ensure proper results. This team is experienced in dealing with issues as they arise, taking corrective actions as necessary, and committed to continual improvement processes design to maintain product quality.

Among the value-added services Palisades Logistics offers its customers are:

  • Customizable and scalable programs to satisfy both large and small orders
  • Supply chain management solutions
  • Assembly
  • Packaging
  • Labeling
  • Kitting.

St. Louis Frozen Warehouse Q&As

1). What protocols are in place at the St. Louis frozen warehouse facilities?

These St. Louis frozen warehouse facilities are in strict compliance with food industry regulations regarding temperature-sensitive inventory and staffed with experts who properly follow stated protocols to ensure the quality of your products. This specialized attention extends not only to the storage of inventory, but also to the transportation of products to the end users.

2). How do frozen warehouse facilities differ from other storage facilities?

Frozen and food grade warehouse facilities must meet specific guidelines in terms of construction, furnishings, lighting and ventilation specifically. Those guidelines include:

  • sealed concrete or tile flooring to stem the spread of contamination
  • ceilings free from exposed insulation
  • shielded light fixtures to contain breakage
  • ventilated shelving that sits a minimum of six inches off the ground
  • pallets stored at least 18 inches away from walls to allow for cleaning
  • installation of appropriate barriers to keep insects, rodents, birds and other pests out

3). What benefits does the St. Louis area offer for customers in the frozen and food grade industry?

Location and inter-modal accessibility are two of the major benefits the St. Louis area offers any customer looking to store and transport inventory, especially those who dealing with temperature-sensitive products. St. Louis sits on the North I-270 corridor, a prime logistics corridor, making it an important link between Missouri and Illinois. The area contains the country’s third largest inland port and sits in close proximity to four major interstate highways, six Class 1 railroads, and five airports. This results in customers storing their inventories in St. Louis warehouse having multiple options for getting their products to market efficiently and cost-effectively, which is especially important to those dealing with perishable products.

Company Mission

Palisades Logistics is committed to maintaining the quality of its customers’ products and does so by providing innovative solutions to all their warehousing and fulfillment needs. For a rate quote or additional information on St. Louis frozen and refrigerated storage options, contact Palisades Logistics. 

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