Four Seasons Produce announces warehouse expansion and new website

Four Seasons Produce announces warehouse expansion and new website

The Four Seasons Family of Companies has added capabilities with a couple of recent expansions.

Exciting things are happening this June at Four Seasons Produce. The full-service produce wholesaler based in Ephrata, Pennsylvania, moved into a much anticipated warehouse expansion and has launched a new website. 

The expansion project adds 1,628 pallet spaces of multi-temp refrigerated storage and an updated railcar siding to the state-of-the-art distribution facility originally built in 2004, bringing the total area to 287,375 square feet. The dock gains almost 30 percent more doors and space for receiving, inspecting and shipping fresh produce.  “It comes down to serving our customers. What we’re most excited about with this addition is the improved flow and efficiency to help us turn the dock fast and keep outbound deliveries on time,” said Jason Hollinger, General Manager of Four Seasons Produce. 

Sunrise Transport, the fleet serving the Four Seasons Family of Companies, has also added 4,000 square feet onto their truck garage which maintains more than 120 tractor trailers and straight trucks that make deliveries in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions. 

Four Seasons Produce has redesigned their website, The new, mobile responsive site is crafted to help potential customers and employees quickly learn more about the produce distributor. Current independent retailer, natural food store and wholesale customers will find valuable content such as weekly market updates, information about the organic and conventional products and brands offered, as well as grower profiles for local and regional farms. 

“We’re thrilled to have an updated online presence that matches the quality of our people, operations and facilities,” said Ron Carkoski, president and CEO of The Four Seasons Family of Companies. “As the company heads towards its 40th year, the new site is built to be easily maintained and changed so it will stay fresh for customers, associates and the trade. It fits our vision of ‘Driving Healthy Distribution.'”

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