Ti Cold Development, a division of Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA-headquartered Tippmann Innovation, on October 23 announced a project to built a state-of-the-art 303,920-square-foot cold storage facility (illustrated in rendering above) in Houston, Texas. Upon completion, it will offer over 42,000 pallet positions, a 55-foot-deep refrigerated dock and -10F° to +60°F, fully convertible frozen/refrigerated space.
“We are developing this Houston location to serve the needs of a population that has grown exponentially over the past 10 years and will continue to grow over the next 10 years. To say that the market demand has outpaced the current supply of cold storage infrastructure would be an understatement,” stated Rob Adams, a principal at Ti. “Our goal is to help support the need by delivering a sustainable, scalable and customizable cold storage solution.”
Strategically situated within the master-planned East Hardy Commerce Park, the location affords frontage to the Hardy Toll Road and has convenient access to I45 and Beltway 8 as well as George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
“Through Ti’s experience with advanced engineering, planning, better design, smarter products and new technologies, this facility will not only be innovative, but more efficient and effective in meeting the demands of cold chain users,” said Adams.