Nexus expands Allentown, PA square footage, acquiring immediately available temperature controlled premium grade food space.


ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. – May 1, 2013 –  

Third party logistics provider Nexus distribution announced today that it has added a second warehouse to its Northeast region facilities. The new temperature controlled distribution center is located less than a mile from its current 300,000 sq. ft. Allentown, PA facilities. 

The latest addition to Nexus’ professionally managed storage facilities boasts a temperature controlled 70,000 square foot space, 24’ clear height, T-5, high efficiency lighting with motion sensors, 3,000 amp, 277/280 volt, 3 phase electric service and is easily accessed by Routes 100, 22, 222, 309 as well as I-476. The facility also has direct connections to I-81, I-78 and I-83. 

Nexus CEO Dean Hansen comments, “We are always looking at ways to expand our service horizon for our customers and this building will support that commitment.” regarding Nexus’ acquisition of the prime real estate.  The Allentown space comes after a recent expansion in McDonough, GA in collaboration with Duke Properties.

The property is owned by Liberty Property Trust, a fully integrated real estate investment trust with an impressive portfolio of over 18 million square feet in the Lehigh Valley &  Harrisburg, PA, and Hagerstown, MD region.  

To request a warehousing quote for either Allentown, PA facility, contact Mark Ofenloch of Nexus at 610-366-7594.

About Nexus:

Nexus Distribution is a leading third party logistics provider focused on providing flexible, integrated warehousing and transportation solutions.  Nexus logistics solutions are designed to help customers increase market share, provide cost savings, and meet strategic business objectives.  Headquartered in Arlington Heights, IL, its regional distribution centers are located in Allentown, PA; Chicago, IL; and Atlanta, GA.  Transportation services include private fleet delivery, multi-modal freight forwarding, pool delivery and consolidation. Major markets include paper, consumer goods, electronics, and food and beverage.  For more information, visit