MD Logistics opens a fourth Plainfield, IN, distribution center

$1-million capital investment in temperature-controlled storage for life sciences and retail


Now operating over 1 million sq. ft. of capacity, with more than half dedicated to life sciences, MD Logistics has opened a fourth building at its Plainfield, IN, HQ. The new facility, with over 180,000 sq. ft. of capacity (the equivalent of 12,000 pallets). “With 23 years of business in Indiana, we continue to experience double digit growth while maintaining a quality of service our customers have come to expect from us,” says Mark Sell, President & CEO. The Indiana Economic Development Corp. kicked in $350,000 in conditional state tax credits based on the company’s job creation potential.

MD Logistics provides third-party logistics services, secondary packaging, and frozen, refrigerated and ambient storage environments in cGMP facilities, and operates within a free-trade zone in Indiana. Besides Plainfield, the company has a facility in Reno, NV.