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Bridge Industrial Names VP of Cold Storage

Bridge Industrial has brought in David Aschenbrand, formerly of Lineage Logistics, as its new VP of cold storage. He’lloversee the day-to-day operations and management of Bridge’s cold storage platform, serving as a key liaison between cold storage users and Bridge’s market officers in Chicago, Miami, New Jersey/New York, Los Angeles/San Francisco, Seattle and London. 

“Dave brings a unique skill set to Bridge, with years of experience with one of the country’s most active cold storage operators and developers, as well as a sales background that provides insight into what occupiers require when selecting a modern facility,” said Tony Pricco, CIO and partner at Bridge. 

Aschenbrand previously served as director at Lineage Logistics, where he oversaw all aspects of the transportation and logistics division. As one of five senior leaders of the division, he helped grow its overall revenue by more than 52% between 2016 and 2019.


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