Richard Todd, Fox 19 Cincinnati
Tuesday, October 19th
ERLANGER, KY (FOX19) - United Dairy Farmers may be best known for running stores and making ice cream, but they will soon be operating the largest cold storage warehouse in the Tri-State.
A UDF subsidiary called Cold Chain Integrity opened a 114 thousand foot expansion to an
existing UDF warehouse in Erlanger in 2007, and is adding another 100 thousand square feet. They will also add 40 jobs. This will bring the total building to 300 thousand square feet.
They describe this as a "best-in-class" warehouse. One part of the expanded...
Cincinnati Business Courier
Monday, March 12, 2007
United Dairy Farmers will build a new refrigerated warehouse next to its current facility in Erlanger, Northern Kentucky Tri-ED said Monday.
The 104,000-square-foot facility will serve as a regional warehousing and distribution center for the Norwood-based convenience store chain, according to a release from Tri-ED, the economic development agency for Northern Kentucky. It is expected to create about 40 new jobs.
The warehouse will be built next to UDF's 126,000-square-foot facility on Crescent Springs Road in Erlanger, which...
Dave Holthaus, Cincinnati Enquirer
Friday, October 29, 2010
Storing its ice cream and milk at just the right temperatures is something United Dairy Farmers has been doing for most of its 70-year history. Now, it's expanding its cold-storage capacity and marketing it to other companies that need it, such as makers of food, flavors and pharmaceuticals.
UDF is about to announce a big expansion of its cold-storage operations in Erlanger, a move that, when completed, will add about 40 jobs. Just as important, economic development officials in Northern Kentucky see the expansion as a tool...
Amy Elliott, www.nkythrives.com
Friday, April 29, 2011
It was a triumphant year for Northern Kentucky. The number of new and expanding companies in Northern Kentucky more than doubled in 2010. That growth is expected to create 3,513 new jobs and $200 million in investment in land, buildings and equipment over the next three years.
It's a portrait of resilience, strength and success. And last month, the region's business leaders gathered to celebrate and recognize the Thoroughbreds - the 22 companies that together helped Northern Kentucky thrive and grow last year.
"In fiscally uncertain...