Cold storage company to expand in Chesapeake, create 33 jobs

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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam talks with volunteers at a canvass kickoff site in Sterling, Va., Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017. Northam faces Republican challenger Ed Gillespie in the Nov. 7 th election. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) — A storage company is bringing 33 news jobs to the city of Chesapeake.

Gov. Ralph Northam announced Monday Cloverleaf Cold Storage will invest $21 million to expand its facility in the city, and create the jobs.

Cloverleaf is a cold storage warehousing and food logistics company that owns and operates 19 warehouses across the country.

Cloverleaf’s facility is on a ten-acre site in the Cavalier Industrial Park, where nearly 40  employees currently work.

The exapnsion will add 100,000 square feet that will allow the company to increase its service volume of blast freezing, exporting, and importing. 

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