Valerie Kaminski joins NewCold as Managing Director North America
Valerie Kaminski has joined NewCold, a market-leader in automated frozen storage warehousing and logistics, in the role of Managing Director, North America. NewCold provides storage of frozen food in a safe and sustainable environment with state-of-the-art high bay mechanized facilities that use over 50% less energy compared to conventional warehouses. NewCold is expanding quickly in the US and has grown its network with nearly 200,000 additional pallet positions in two new facilities, one in Tacoma, WA, and the other opening this Spring in Burley, ID where it serves leading food manufacturers, including McCain and Trident Seafoods.
Valerie will be responsible for NewCold’s expansion in the region. She has a long track record in supply chain management and operational efficiency, including positions with Starbucks and HP. Valerie has an industrial engineering background with an undergraduate degree from Penn State and a Masters from the University of Michigan. She notes, “I am proud to serve this industry with an integrated warehouse solution that offers a compelling cost model that reduces energy, labor, and space through a team of dedicated professionals committed to meeting and exceeding customer service expectations.”
NewCold offers large-scale multi-temperature warehouse and supply chain operations for food producers and retail companies. NewCold plans, designs, and builds these warehouses to customer specifications using proprietary technologies including its own cloud-based warehouse management system CORAX.
Today we launch our new website and we’re proud of it. We hope you will enjoy it and find all the information you need.
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Refrigerated & Frozen Foods ranks the Top 25 frozen food processors in each of the six major product categories, which counts up to the Top 150. In this issue you can discover how mergers and acquisitions are impacting the frozen foods market. Of course, NewCold likes to be visible in this area so we put a nice advertorial in the magazine, on page 7. You can find the online magazine here: Magazine.
Last week our colleagues Jonas Swarttouw, US Business Development Manager, and Damien Livingston, US Network Development Manager, were present on the IPPE.
The 2019 IPPE brought together more than 1,200 exhibitors and 30,000 visitors in Atlanta, Ga. The trade show focuses on Innovation – bringing together buyers and sellers of the latest technology of products and services to make your business successful, Education – learning from the experts in free- and fee-based world-class programs on topics that cross industry interests, Global Reach – attracting more than 8,000 International visitors from 125 countries, and Networking – meeting new and rekindling old relationships with leaders across the industries.
You can find some pictures below.
Read this nice article on NewCold Tacoma in the South Sound Biz. You can find the article here: https://southsoundbiz.com/a-new-kind-of-cool/
The NewCold Team wishes you a wonderful holiday season and a healthy & prosperous new year.
We are pleased to inform you that NewCold is featuring in the Cold Facts Magazine of December 2018. Ms. Sheryl S. Jackson has interviewed Jonas Swarttouw, NewCold’s country manager in the US. We invite you to read the interesting article on pages 20, 23, 24 and 25.
You can download the article here: Cold Facts Magazine.
Henne Schuwer, the Dutch ambassador to the United States, and Emily Haber, the German ambassador to the United States, are being interviewed in this issue. Haber and Schuwer emphasized in almost every discussion the things Europe and the United States had to gain from trans-Atlantic cooperation.
“What binds us here in Idaho is potatoes,” Schuwer said in his interview with the university television program. “We have a big potato industry, you have a big potato industry, but you know what, let’s see what we can do together.” (A Netherlands-based company, NewCold, just invested $90 million in a new cold storage warehouse in southern Idaho for agricultural products.)
You can find the article here: Foreign Policy Magazine