Monthly Archives: December 2014

Here We Grow Again!

Siding installation - December 18, 2014

Siding installation – December 18, 2014

To better serve our customers, Nelson-Jameson, Inc. is again adding to the warehouse at our Marshfield, Wisconsin headquarters. Ground was broken in October 2014 on a 10,000 square foot warehouse addition with completion expected in February 2015.

The expansion will be connected to the existing warehouse and will include six loading docks, two offices and 240 pallet positions. This addition will bring the total warehouse space in Marshfield to over 2.2 million cubic feet.

We have further warehouse space at the branch locations in Turlock, California; Twin Falls,  Idaho; York, Pennsylvania; and Dumas, Texas. Check out our Facebook page for future updates on construction!

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In Support of Animal Well-Being

Source: National Milk Producers Federation

Source: National Milk Producers Federation

Instances of animal abuse that have recently surfaced in the media and online are of concern for the general public and the food industry alike. Nelson-Jameson whole-heartedly believes in protecting and ensuring the proper care of animals on the farm. For this reason, we want to express our support and provide information for our customers, suppliers, and other interested parties on programs like the National Milk Producers Federation’s National Dairy “FARM Program.”

To learn more about the FARM program, please click here to see the “Overview and FAQs.”
Like you, our valued customer, Nelson-Jameson’s commitment to a safe, ethically-sound food industry, from the farm to the table, is an on-going one that is a core tenet of how we do business.
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Tech Tip: Discharge Hoses

Thinking of using a discharge hose without a wire to reduce the weight of large hoses?

The drawback is that the weight of the hose can cause it to flatten out a little, creating opportunities for the hose to bend and kink. Also, if a CIP cycle is run through a hose that has a bend in it, the heat will set the hose in this new shape and can ruin it completely.

Instead of sacrificing hose life and performance for weight, try specially coated suction/discharge hoses that reduce drag and are therefore much easier to move, but will wear well and perform like your regular reinforced suction/discharge hoses.

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