Global Food Properties is pleased to announce the availability of a 138,284 SF former pickle processing plant in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana. Expandable on a 20.65 acre lot, the asset features include 2,000 amp power (480/277 volts), extensive intra-plant air distribution, ingredient cooling, a demised bulk liquid brining area, fifteen (15) shipping docks, and a newer 67,200 SF finished goods warehouse.  

Conducive to vegetable brining or other such uses, the facility will also appeal to generic, non-food industrial users looking to acquire immediate industrial capacity or warehousing at substantially discounted pricing. 

Happy to Help
 
Additionally, Marshall County currently has a supply bubble of available labor, with the recent or pending closure of two higher headcount manufacturing plants. For more details on labor availability, incentives and inducements, please meet Jerry Chavez, President & CEO of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation, at jerry@marshallcountyedc.org.

The Perfect Partnership
 
Global Food Properties is pleased to partner in this marketing campaign with Bill Kuhns SIOR, a  Northwest Indiana veteran industrial broker with FM Stone Commercial, Elkhart, Indiana. In challenging property dispositions, who you choose matters, and in Plymouth, the combination of best-in-class regional expertise with leading food facility expertise should yield the desired outcome for all stakeholders.