Mack Trucks Making Headlines with Blue Rock

 

(Photo: APRIL GAMIZ / THE MORNING CALL)

Big news continues to roll out from Mack Trucks in Macungie, PA.

Last week, The Morning Call newspaper featured the company’s newly remodeled 160,000-square-foot Mack Customer Center.  Blue Rock delivered great work while reconstructing the entry plaza and exterior truck display area.

Click HERE to read the article that also includes an impressive slide show and video.

On Wednesday, September 13, Mack will unveil its “next-generation highway model” to the world.

“This is what all of our work at Macungie has led to,” said Project Manager Tom Gutherman. 

Currently, Blue Rock is busy working on Mack’s 10,800-square-foot Audit Building, which should be completed by the end of October.

In June 2016, Blue Rock began updating Mack’s one-million-square-foot facility that was built in the early 1970s. Three additions to the facility – Southwest (12,400 SF), Southeast (50,308 SF) and East (9,800 SF) – are already substantially completed.

Blue Rock, Dermody Properties Developing 152,200 SF Facility for Greenyard

Representatives from Blue Rock, Dermody Properties and Greenyard Logistics USA celebrate the groundbreaking of a 152,200 SF packing and cold storage facility in southern New Jersey.
Representatives from Blue Rock, Dermody Properties and Greenyard Logistics USA celebrate the groundbreaking of a 152,200 SF packing and cold storage facility in southern New Jersey.

Representatives from Blue Rock Construction, Dermody Properites and Greenyard recently celebrated the groundbreaking of the international produce leader’s new 152,200-square-foot facility in southern New Jersey.

The state-of-the-art packing and cold storage facility is located in LogistiCenter at Logan, a 5.5 million-square-foot industrial park in Logan Township owned by Dermody Properties and Great Point Investors LLC.

The new facility marks the first expansion of the Fresh division of Greenyard in the United States.

Currently operating as UNIVEG Logistics America (ULA), the company’s name will change to Greenyard Logistics USA Inc. upon completion of the new facility.  The new packing and cold storage facility will quadruple the company’s current capacity.