WCS Logistics ready for a new century

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Posted: August 30, 2013

The Winchester Star

This building on Wyck Street in Winchester is one of the cold storages of WCS Logistics. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
Joe Green scans a picking sheet in the cold storage area of WCS Logistics in Winchester. The scanned inventory data can be accessed by customers. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
The new sign and logo for WCSLogistics outside its North Loudoun Street facility. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
WCS Logistics started as Winchester Cold Storage on North Loudoun Street in 1917. Almost 100 years old, the firm now has 2.1 million square feet of warehouses.
Bins of apples are stored in the original cold storage building of WCS Logistics. Instead of all local produce, many of the apples come from around the country.
Michelle Gordon, sales, marketing, and human resources manager with WCS Logistics, talks about the company’s history and growth.
This ledger page shows the original 1917 deposits from local investors to start Winchester Cold Storage, now known as WCS Logistics.

WINCHESTER — After nearly 100 years, business at the company formerly known as Winchester Cold Storage remains brisk.

From its beginnings at 605 N. Loudoun St. in Winchester, the warehousing...



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