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Acquisition and Development of 20 Acres located in Yuma, AZ.

The site will be developed into a state-of-the-art Distribution Center designed to support Foodservice companies requiring distribution, cross-dock, and cold chain logistics.

Yuma County is third in the nation in vegetable production – with 90% of all leafy vegetables produced in the U.S. from November through March grown in Yuma.

The agriculture industry in Yuma represents an annual gross economic return of $3.2 billion, or more than one-third of Arizona’s total of $9.2 billion.

Several things account for that total: Plentiful sunshine, rich soil, ample labor and high-quality irrigation water.  With mild winters, little danger of hard frost and more than 350 days of sunshine a year, Yuma County enjoys the longest growing season in the nation.

These combined factors make Yuma, AZ the perfect location for PHT to build first-mile cold storage facilities and supporting assets.​​

* Easy access to I-8, I-10 and I-95 will help streamline PHT’s logistics and distribution network

Fresh produce hub perfectly positioned for distribution

Yuma is perfectly positioned to distribute fresh produce and other perishable food items to the West, Southwest, Midwest, and the East coast.

Crops harvested in Yuma in the morning can quickly reach the following major distribution hubs:

  • Phoenix (3 hours)
  • Salt Lake City (1 day)
  • Denver (1.5 days)
  • Dallas/Fort Worth (1.5 days)
  • Seattle (2 days)
  • Nashville (2.5 days)
  • Chicago (3 days)
  • NYC (3.5 days)
  • Boston (4 days)


16220 N. Scottsdale Rd, Ste 260, Scottsdale, AZ 85254