Random Facts about Burris
Every year, Burris delivers over 46 million cases of product to our customers. If there’s a product in the frozen food aisle, very likely a member of our team got it there.
In the Burris freezers temperatures are maintained at less than -10 degrees.
Burris Logistics traces its origin back to 1925 when John W. Burris and his father, Edward, worked together shipping tomatoes from the Delmarva Peninsula into Philadelphia.
There is nothing ordinary about a Burris warehouse. All told, Burris has more than 247,000 pallet positions of storage space in dry, cooler, and freezers.
Burris moves product to customers around the country with a network of more than 600 combined trucks and trailers. These trucks ride more than 26 million miles annually.
Storing perishables and moving them across the country provides unique employment opportunities for people looking for an interesting career. At Burris, it’s about safety, efficiency and meeting customer needs.