Larry Spencer, also a naval officer in WWII and the Korean War, felt that part of his legacy was to not give up this company. He would be proud to know that Allegheny Cold Storage is being run with the same level of dedication and discipline that were required on a naval vessel. A seasoned and dedicated team works to provide safe and comprehensive climate-controlled storage for all of your current cool cargo needs.
Sketch of Allegheny Cold Storage proposed to be built on Madison Avenue Railroad Yard on the North Side.
Allegheny Cold Storage groundbreaking ceremony.
Construction commences on a 175,000 sq. ft. refrigerated facilIty in Lawrenceville along the Allegheny River.
Request made by Allegheny Cold Storage to create a fill area on the left bank of the Allegheny River.
Larry Spencer outside of the loading docks at Allegheny Cold Storage.
1970 - approximately
A. Lawrence Spencer, Joe Bailey and Charles (Swede) Longsdorf
Allegheny Cold Storage stores evidence of a conspiracy to supply adulterated beef marked as inspected for the federal government .
Mike Greca joins the company as Senior Vice President after Swede Longsdorf retires from many years of service.
A computerized data tracking system was incorporated into inventory management.
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