Top 15 Refrigerated Warehousing Firms in 2020


COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the volumes of items that need to be kept at cool or freezing temperatures in a centralized fashion. 

This has been organically driven by the consumer habits around grocery shopping, which has seen a major shift from traditional supermarket shopping to e-commerce in 2020, but also by the biggest challenge in the cold chain industry brought by the global access and distribution of CoVID-19 vaccines

Transport Topics News has compiled a top of refrigerated warehousing facilities, based on the storage capacity (Millions of Cu. Ft.).

Lineage Logistics is leading with a cold storage capacity of 1,700 Millions of Cu Ft. in 260 warehouses, followed by Americold with a cold storage capacity over 1M of Cu. Ft. in 182 warehouses, while the remaining companies in Top 10, total up a 1M of Cu. Ft cold storage capacity.

In a market that is booming, there are many opportunities and competition is increasing. We are curious about the changes we will see when we look back at 2021. 

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Chief Executive Officer, Greensill​

Lex is the co-founder and CEO of Greensill, and a Senior Advisor and Crown Representative to Her Majesty’s Government on Supply Chain Finance. He was awarded the CBE for Services to the British Economy in Queen Elizabeth II’s 2017 Birthday Honours.

Lex previously established the global SCF business at Morgan Stanley, and led the EMEA SCF business at Citi.

Lex holds an MBA from Manchester Business School, and is a Solicitor of the Supreme Courts of England and Wales, and Queensland.