New Jersey-based United States Cold Storage is planning to invest nearly $30 million to expand its Lebanon operations. The Lebanon City Council has approved incentives for the expansion, which will add about 30 jobs and 100,000 square feet to the company’s facility in the Lebanon Business Park.
USCS General Manager Adam Ashley says the expansion will help the company service its growing customer base. USCS provides logistics solutions to the frozen and refrigerated food industry.
"We are excited to have a growing international company like USCS right here in Lebanon," said Lebanon Mayor Matt Gentry. "We have seen an increased number of food-related companies locating in the Lebanon Business Park and are pleased that USCS has found success here."
Ashley says the expansion still requires final approval before construction on the facility’s addition begins. The company did not say when that approval may come.