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East Coast Warehouse & Distribution adds Temp-Distribution of Maryland

Jan. 20, 2021
Acquisition of facility outside the Port of Baltimore allows East Coast to leverage its port-based experience in new markets

East Coast Warehouse & Distribution, a temperature-controlled logistics provider to the food and beverage industry, recently acquired Temp-Distribution of Maryland.

The company said the addition of Temp-Distribution, a temperature-controlled transportation and warehousing provider located on the I-95 corridor outside the Port of Baltimore, will allow it to leverage its port-based expertise in its foray into both the Port of Baltimore and the Mid-Atlantic market. 

East Coast Warehouse is on the Port of New York/New Jersey and in Philadelphia.

“Temp-Distribution is an exceptionally well-run and reputable transportation and warehousing provider that shares several common clients and industry verticals with our company,” said Jamie Overley, East Coast Warehouse CEO. “This acquisition will allow us to further grow and develop our service offering, expand our geographic footprint further south, and consolidate and cultivate our existing Maryland-based businesses.”

Strategically located within in a one-day drive of 80% of the nation’s population, Temp-Distribution offers temperature-controlled and dry transportation services, LTL-pool distribution and warehousing to clients from Fortune 500 companies to small shippers. Privately owned and operated, its service area includes Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and North and South Carolina. 

“We look forward to both expanding our market presence and increasing our transportation and warehousing capabilities into a wider geographical footprint,” Overley said. 

With more than 1.7 million square feet of temperature-controlled warehouse space strategically located on the Port of New York/New Jersey and in Philadelphia, East Coast Warehouse’s full suite of solutions, Safe Quality Food certification and flexible business model have helped it demonstrate leadership in the industry. 

Visit eastcoastwarehouse.com for more information.

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