Universal Pasteurization & Universal Cold Storage
Lincoln, NE, US
Small Business (1-10M TTM Revenue)
Universal Cold Storage was founded in 2001 in Lincoln, Nebraska in a 16,000 square foot facility. Within a year the location was outgrown due to customer demand. A new location with over 300,000 square feet was acquired, refurbished, and online by 2003. In 2008, a conversion of space added 8,000 frozen pallet positions. New construction in 2009 added another 16,000 frozen pallet positions bringing our total to 47,000 chilled or frozen pallet positions totaling over 670,000 square feet making it Nebraska’s largest.
In 2010, sensing demand for outsourced High Pressure Processing (HPP) the company founded Universal Pasteurization Company and purchased its first 350L system, at that time the largest made. Operating on its commitment to hassle-free HPP, the Lincoln facility now has five 350 liter HPP systems in place which can process over 3 million pounds of customer product per year.
In 2013, the company added a facility in Villa Rica Georgia, just outside of Atlanta. The Villa Rica facility has two 350 liter HPP systems currently with the ability to grow significantly based upon customer demand. It also offers 15,000 square feet of frozen and 5000 square feet of cold storage.
|Universal Pasteurization & Universal Cold Storage 1601 Pioneers Boulevard Lincoln, NE, 68502 United States|
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