Meatpacking giant JBS USA is opening a cold-storage and railroad shipping facility in northern Colorado, a project that’s expected to bolster its beef supply chain and add 80 jobs in the region.
The Greeley-based company’s 200,000 square-foot blast-freezing and transportation facility will be in Windsor on a railroad spur in the 3,000-acre Great Western Industrial Park, owned by the Denver-based The Broe Group.
JBS USA partnered with Michigan-based Lineage Logistics to develop the highly-automated facility. Lineage Logistics owns cold-storage warehouses and designs food shipping and logistics systems.
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