We are transforming the supply chain by preserving, protecting, and optimizing the distribution of food around the world – in a way that hasn’t been done before. We are Lineage, and we are reimagining the journey of food.
The time for automation in the food supply chain is now – and it's key for our industry to keep up with new disruptions and heightened pressure. Automation is a critical next step for the industry and how it will allow us to continuously deliver food to consumers around the world, safely and efficiently.
Our global network of cold storage facilities helps customers ranging from Fortune 500 companies to family-owned businesses increase the efficiency and protect the integrity of their temperature-controlled supply chains.
We store food.
The backbone and core strength of Lineage Logistics is our network of sophisticated, strategically located cold storage facilities.
We move food.
Whatever the move, whatever the mode, you can rely on Lineage to get your products where they need to be safely, efficiently and on time.
We prepare food.
Lineage is your creative, forward-thinking partner in processing your product, packaging your product and even improving your product’s quality.
This is where complete strangers are setting your dinner table.
Setting the dinner table doesn’t start at 6PM. It starts days, weeks, even months beforehand. Our team is there—often from day one—shepherding your family’s food from farm to fork. The supply chain is a complex puzzle, but one that our team wakes up every day eager to solve. What’s more, we are absolutely committed to getting it right.
Using machine-learning to reduce energy consumption.
Learn how we turn a facility into a thermal battery using a process called flywheeling.
Playing Tetris in the physical world.
Find out how Lineage maximizes every square inch of our facility network.
Leading the world in temperature-controlled automation.
Explore our fully-automated expansion project in Sunnyvale, Texas.
Looking to aerospace to save produce.
Who knew the precision of airflow dramatically affects blast freezing? We did.