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Nelson-Jameson relocates distribution operations to Jerome, Idaho

Nelson-Jameson, a US-based food processing distributor specialising in dairy production supplies, has officially relocated its Twin Falls, Idaho, distribution operations to its newly established hub in Jerome. This move signifies a pivotal moment for the company, as it consolidates its efforts to enhance service capabilities and efficiency within the Idaho region. Ground was broken on the Jerome facility back in September 2022. The new location joins a network of five Nelson-Jameson distribution centres across the US, further cementing the company's commitment to delivering a comprehensive range of food processing products and services while upholding high-quality safety and compliance standards. Mike Rindy, president of Nelson-Jameson, said: “Nelson-Jameson’s commitment to the growth of the food processing industry in the Pacific Northwest is exemplified by our company's expansion in Idaho’s Magic Valley. Our substantial investment in the Jerome distribution centre underscores our dedication to the region while prioritising food quality and safety for our customers.” Spanning 1.5 million cubic feet, the new facility comprises office space, refrigerated and frozen storage areas, as well as a service and maintenance section. The centre supports the company's progressive environmental goals, such as reducing its carbon footprint and advancing sustainability within the food processing industry. The construction of the facility incorporates architecturally integrated energy-saving features, such as insulated concrete tilt wall panels, LED lighting, occupancy sensors for lighting control, high-efficiency heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, as well as energy-efficient warehouse storage systems. Rindy added: “Food safety is of paramount importance to Nelson-Jameson. Designed to align with industry advancements and regulations, the centre fosters employee engagement in customer plants, offering technical expertise and leading training workshops. This exemplifies our commitment to partnering with food producers, delivering a holistic range of solutions for their success.” A grand opening for the Jerome site is planned for spring.

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