Burris Logistics expands operations to Midwest

UNSPLASHED/ RUCHINDRA GUNASEKARA

MILFORD — Burris Logistics is expanding its shipping operations to the Midwest after purchasing a warehouse in the greater Milwaukee area.

Burris Logistics bought the 177,000-square-foot warehouse in Waukesha, Wis., for $10 million from U.S. Foods, according to the Milwaukee Business Journal. The facility, which has 100,000 square feet of temperature-controlled warehousing, was chosen to expand the Milford company’s two-day shipping to customers beyond the East Coast.

“Our e-commerce partners require one- to two-day parcel shipping times to deliver their subscription food and other products safely and with the utmost quality,” Burris Logistics Senior Vice President of Business Development Nick Falk said in a statement. “Waukesha enables us to easily reach our partner’s customer base in densely populated communities like Chicago, and Milwaukee, and as far as Denver, and Fort Worth,…

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