Americold Logistics Salinas, CA
Cold Storage Warehouse and Logistics

Cold Storage Facility in
Salinas, California

  • Americold Logistics Salinas
  • 950 S. Sanborn Rd, Salinas, CA 93901
  • Phone: 831.757.3630
  • Map Link

The Americold Salinas facility in California is a multi-room operation supporting the regional farming community. Minutes from the 101 and with a connection to the Union Pacific rail line, this facility can accommodate the movement of LTL up to full railcar volumes.

Centralize your post-production operations with convenient services such as onsite blast freezing, repacking, and a robust portfolio of value-added services.

Offering ice-cream-ready deep freeze, as well as traditional frozen/freezer and chilled/cooler temperatures, Americold’s Salinas facility easily accommodates your full product line for regional distribution and beyond.

Americold’s service extends further with an integrated and comprehensive transportation management program for comprehensive end-to-end cold chain support.

Facility capabilities include:

  • 19,407 Pallet positions
  • Full suite of transportation programs
  • Drop trailer lot
  • Cross-docking
  • Blast freezing
  • -20oF to 40oF deep frozen, frozen, and chilled temperature rooms
  • Tempering
  • Case picking
  • Repack
  • Barrel clamping, slip sheet handling
  • Export Services
  • FDA Approved
  • i-3PL Supply chain control


From the North

  • Take US-101 S/Central Fwy South
  • Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 423B for I-380 W toward I-280/San Bruno
  • Continue onto I-380 W
  • Use the left 2 lanes to take exit 5B to merge onto I-280 S toward San Jose
  • Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 12B to merge onto CA-85 S toward Gilroy
  • Merge onto US-101 S
  • Take exit 326B toward S Sanborn Rd
  • Turn right onto S Sanborn Rd

From the East

  • Take W Pacheco Blvd
  • Continue to follow CA-152 W
  • Continue to 101 S
  • Take exit 326B toward Sanborn Rd
  • Turn right onto S Sanborn Rd

From the South

  • Take I-5 N
  • Take exit 278 for CA-46 toward Lost Hills/Paso Robles
  • Turn left onto CA-46 W/Paso Robles Hwy
  • Slight right onto CA-41/CA-46
  • Take the ramp onto US-101 N
  • Take exit 326C toward Monterey/Peninsula
  • Turn right onto S Sanborn Rd

From the West

  • Take CA-1 N/Cabrillo Hwy
  • Take exit 408 for Imjin Pkwy
  • Turn right onto Reservation Rd
  • Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Blanco Rd
  • At Denny’s, continue onto S Sanborn Rd
  • Make a U-turn at Terven Ave

Nearest Americold Cold Storage Facilities:

Salinas is part of Americold’s US cold storage solutions network, providing warehousing, processing, and distribution solutions for proteins, dairy, seafood, fresh fruits and vegetables, frozen foods, and consumer packaged goods (CPG).

Nearby additional temperature-controlled facilities in our supply chain network include:

  • Americold Logistics Watsonville, CA [Map Link]
  • Americold Logistics Modesto, CA [Map Link]
  • Americold Logistics Turlock 5th St, CA [Map Link]
  • Americold Logistics Turlock Kilroy Rd, CA [Map Link]

What’s Near Salinas, CA

The impressive and modern National Steinbeck Center is a must, not only for devotees of the Nobel Prize–winning writer but for anyone looking to learn more about Salinas itself. The center’s main exhibit tells Steinbeck’s story and is organized geographically to highlight locations around Monterey County that played a role in his life and work. A few blocks from the center in the Queen Anne–style Victorian where Steinbeck grew up, which now is home to The Steinbeck House, a restaurant where Steinbeck family pictures and memorabilia are on display.

Salinas is certainly a city that reveres its history in other ways as well. The California Rodeo Salinas began as a Wild West show in 1911 and today is one of the top 20 events of its kind in the country (and the largest rodeo in the state). The rodeo also honors the area’s rich Mexican-American culture with Mariachi music and performances by Charros (Mexican horsemen) in their elaborately detailed outfits. Salinas is also a great destination for anyone who loves Mexican food, thanks to such local favorites as El Charrito (in business since 1981) and Villa Azteca, which blends traditional and contemporary cuisine.

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