What’s Behind Your Curtain Wall? Category

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Just Add Heat: 3PL Uses InsulWall To Create A Heated Space

Posted on: January 9th, 2015 by Beth Brown No Comments

Port Jersey Logistics (PJL), is a full-service third-party logistics provider of warehousing, transportation, and value-added solutions provider.  All PJL locations are certified food-grade, AIB approved and organic certified, as well as FDA registered. We spoke with Galo Panchi, the Facilities Manager and 45-year employee, with PJL to share his experience; thoughts about the future of […]

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InsulWall: Grounds Control to M. Block & Sons

Posted on: March 10th, 2014 by Beth Brown No Comments

   M. Block & Sons is a leading distributor of consumer products to retailers across the country. Vendor partners include Green Mountain Roasters and their Keurig single-serve coffee division, Proctor & Gamble, Kraft, and Tristar Products. In 2013 M. Block extensively renovated its Chicago location.  At the same time-  a clean, temperature-controlled environment was needed […]

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Don’t Miss – What’s Behind Your Curtain Wall / Ball? Game at MODEX 2014

Posted on: March 6th, 2014 by Beth Brown No Comments

    Are you ready for a challenge where only the toughest and the most determined prevail?  Are you ready to roll your sleeves up for a game of epic proportions?  Are you ready to reclaim your athletic prowess? Will you be at the Greatest Supply Chain Show on Earth, MODEX®,  March 17-20 in Atlanta? […]

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InsulWall: Keeping (Chocolate) Hearts From Melting

Posted on: February 5th, 2014 by Beth Brown No Comments

Chex Finer Foods is the leading specialty and natural foods distributor in New England. Chex focuses on independent and leading retailers with a successful group of differentiated items. Over the past 3 years, Chex Finer Foods has seen its inventory double, especially its candy and chocolate selection. Sales growth in the candy and chocolate category […]

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At GG Distributing- Craft Beer is Behind Their Curtain Wall

Posted on: October 18th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

GG Distributing, a leading wholesale distributor of successful beer brands, shares how they retrofitted a leased distribution center to accommodate their growing craft beer business. According to Gary Steffey, general manager at GG Distributing, InsulWall® – Randall’s thermal, modular curtain wall – allowed GG Distributing to create a 9,000 square foot temperature-controlled room for craft […]

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What’s Behind Your Curtain Wall at NBWA 2013?

Posted on: September 28th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

It’s the 76th  NBWA beer conference at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada – September 30th and October 1st – and We’re There!  Meet with our warehouse team, Kristine Grudis and Todd Jessup at booth #843, who will sharing how you can keep your warehouse at optimal temperature and industry standards for whatever beer you’re […]

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Matt

What’s Behind Your Curtain Wall?

Posted on: May 13th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

  Kendal Floral is a leading grower, supplier, and distributor of fresh cut flowers in the Western United States. In 2012, to accommodate the increased business of its new potted plant division, Kendal developed 10,000 square feet of unoccupied warehouse space to house its temperature-sensitive potted plants.

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What’s Behind Your Curtain Wall?

Posted on: April 30th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

As it is made, cheese requires very specific storage temperatures at various stages of its aging process.  A third-party logistics provider (3PL) set out to reconfigure its warehouse space to accommodate a tenant’s need for three distinct temperature zones for storage of its product. Using InsulWall®, a flexible alterative to a permanent wall, the 3PL […]

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Jim

What’s Behind Your Curtain Wall?

Posted on: April 25th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

  For Jim, his data center needed to stay cool and humidity-free, but the surrounding areas could remain ambient. InsulWall® helped create a temperature-zoned space for Jim’s data equipment. He saved the organization energy costs and the added benefit of modularity and flexibility to move walls as needs change.

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