Pacific Coast Producers’ retail and foodservice operations were originally located at two separate locations. Retail labeling and distribution was housed at the Lodi Plant, which is currently the peach canning plant. The foodservice location was an old winery PCP rented also located in Lodi.
The company was growing and needed a combined location to handle retail and foodservice operations, so they decided to build the first building of the Lodi Distribution Center. The new warehouse opened in June of 2000 and was one million square feet. All of the labeling lines and unlabeled product was moved to the new DC; half of the warehouse was dedicated to retail and the other half to foodservice.
In 2012, PCP decided to add a 500,000 square foot warehouse on to the DC that would be dedicated exclusively to foodservice operations. Construction was completed close to the beginning of new pack; everyone worked long hours to make sure the new foodservice location was equipped and ready for the approaching season.
The Lodi Distribution Center is now a combined total of 1.5 million square feet. The DC currently has around 4 to 5,000 active customer labels and performs roughly 3,000 label changeovers each week. Each day, approximately 100 trucks go in and out of the DC for customer order pickups.
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