ORD FDA Warehouse
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Ensure your goods are appropriately stored and protected. A reliable warehouse just minutes from O’Hare International Airport can significantly impact your supply chain. Axis Warehouse simplifies the storage and transportation of food and beverage products, ensuring their safety. Our ORD FDA warehouse can handle all food safety, dry storage, and sensitive product challenges, making it an ideal solution for businesses across different industries.
At Axis Warehouse, we know your business must adhere to the stringent standards of the food and beverage industry. We hold ourselves to the exact high expectations. Our ORD FDA warehouse was specifically designed to ensure your products are handled with compliance and integrity in mind.
Store your goods safely and securely. Axis Warehouse has several Chicago facilities that meet a broad spectrum of industrial needs. Our warehouses are well-positioned to ensure your customers receive their goods quickly and efficiently. Each warehouse is a certified food-grade facility accommodating dry storage goods.
Rail-served warehouse with easy access to Class I rail lines and 4 rail doors
Bensenville on Golf Lane
Fully food-grade warehouse with racking and 24-foot ceiling
Ambient warehouse with 50 dock doors, pallet racking, and floor storage space
Fully food-grade, FDA-registered space located just south of DuPage Airport
Elk Grove Village
Located minutes away from O’Hare International Airport and major rail facilities
DRY AND AMBIENT FOOD STORAGE
The Food and Drug Administration is responsible for protecting public health by ensuring the safety, efficacy, and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, and medical devices; and by ensuring the safety of our nation’s food supply, cosmetics, and products that emit radiation.
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) permits the FDA “to better protect public health by strengthening the food safety system from the farm to the table. FSMA allows the FDA to focus on preventing food safety problems rather than reacting to problems.
Those who grow, harvest, pack, process, transport, and store food for humans and animals (both foreign and domestic) will be required to implement these new food safety regulations.”