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Posted on: January 30, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Destination Rutherford News: Interstate Warehousing Expanding Murfreesboro Facility

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Interstate Warehousing, one of the largest public refrigerated warehouse companies in the United States, is expanding the Murfreesboro, TN cold storage distribution center once again. The latest expansion will add another 115,000 square feet and 16,000 pallet positions to the warehouse on Joe B. Jackson Parkway in Murfreesboro.

“This project is a testament to the economic success we are experiencing in Rutherford County,” said Destination Rutherford Chairman Bill Jones. “Their expansion will create more jobs thus contributing to our overall economy and quality of life.”

50 new jobs will be created as a result of the $17.5 million investment in the project. The facility was originally built in 2006 and has grown through several expansions over the years. Once the addition is

complete, the facility will stand at more than 500,000 square feet.

“Rutherford County has been an incredible community to be a part of,” said John Tippmann Jr., President of Tippmann Group/Interstate Warehousing. “We are excited to continue to grow in this area, and look forward to serving our customers in this facility for years to come.”

About Tippmann Group:

Tippmann Group offers more than 50 years of experience in the refrigeration industry, specializing in construction and management of refrigerated/frozen distribution centers and processing facilities. Tippmann has worked with some of the largest companies in the food industry, from retailers to food service to food processors. Tippmann Group also owns and operates Interstate Warehousing, a public refrigerated warehouse company ranked among the top 5 companies of its kind in the United States. Interstate offers customized distribution programs at 8 facilities throughout the United States in Indianapolis, Franklin (IN), Anderson (IN), Cincinnati, Chicago, Murfreesboro (TN), Denver, and Newport News (VA).

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