BlueGracias logistics hub, which opened in 2019, has already added a third major source of supply to its fleet: food.
As the logistics hub is now more than 1,300 miles (2,700 kilometers) from its original location in Georgia, the hub has already shipped food and beverages to about 1.3 million people, according to the Southern Food Security Network.
Now, the logistics center in Georgia is also the hub for its first food truck event in the United States, and the facility is expected to grow to about 500 trucks per day in 2018, according the network.
The logistics hub’s first shipment of food was made in late January 2018, and BlueGraces customers are expected to be able to expect to receive food for as long as six months.
A year later, the center has already delivered nearly 400,000 pounds (230,000 kilograms) of fresh produce and fresh eggs to more than 500,000 BlueGraced customers in the U.S. And it plans to ship nearly 1.6 million pounds (700,000 kg) of produce to more Americans in 2018.
BlueGrays logistics hub already has a long-standing partnership with the Department of Agriculture, with the agency providing a range of supplies including agricultural seeds, fertilizer, fertilizer and irrigation water.
The hub’s main supplier of food, however, is not a state or federal agency, but a partnership with a private company.
That partnership is BlueGracon, an agricultural marketing company.
The BlueGracons main product, however is not just food, but also agri-products that are designed to increase the food production capacity of BlueGrasses operations.
According to the USDA, BlueGrachan agri products have been tested in a variety of applications ranging from the production of biofuel to the production and sale of organic foods.
The company is now shipping agri and biotechnology products to the BlueGracs hubs operations in Georgia and Texas.
In addition to its agri, Blue Gracias food is also loaded on trucks that are shipped by tractor to feed the growing population of Blue Graces customers.
In early 2019, the Blue Grace logistics center shipped over 10 million pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables to its customers, including more than 9 million pounds for BlueGraca food distribution.
In 2018, Blue Grass processed and packaged more than 2 million pounds per day of fresh fruit and vegetables.
Blue Gracies products are sold in more than 90 countries, with an international presence in South Korea, China, and Vietnam.
In fact, BlueGates customers in South America, Asia and Australia are now able to get BlueGracia products through the U,S.
Postal Service, which will soon begin shipping to BlueGracies locations in Australia and the U-S.
In 2019, Bluegracias shipments reached more than 300 million pounds in the Americas, and more than 100 million pounds worldwide.
BlueGace and BlueGas logistics hub will continue to expand in the coming years.
The new hub is set to have more than 250 full-time employees by the end of 2021, and it is expected that its workforce will grow to more that 300,000 in 2018 and beyond.
As for the logistics company, Blue Grace is currently planning to hire 1,000 employees in 2018 alone, with more than 700 more hires in 2019.
And BlueGras is planning to expand its operations further in the future.
In February 2019, it will expand its logistics capacity to include food production.
According the Southern States Food Security Networks, Blue Gaches new logistics hub also has a range in logistics products including a variety in the production, packaging, and transportation of agri.
And, it has an opportunity to provide more efficient, cost-effective and sustainable solutions to food security issues around the world.
And to help its customers in Georgia grow, Blue Gracias plans to expand and expand its presence in the region.