Cold Locker Processing LLC



Cold Locker Processing LLC
Address: 2200 140th Ave E # 200, Sumner, WA 98390, United States
Phone: +1 253-321-3206

About Us
Cold Locker Seafood Processing and Storage, is a custom seafood production facility that takes client-owned seafood and provides custom processing services to meet the client’s requirements and specifications. The plant and cold storage are registered with the FDA (Federal Department of Agriculture) and the WSDA (Washington State Department of Agriculture).

The modern temperature controlled facility is designed to maintain proper temperatures throughout production and storage, along with Ozone air and water applications.

The processing line accommodates a variety of products (finfish, crab, and shellfish) and has state-of-the-art equipment for portion control, weights and measures.

Our specialty throughout the year consists of cutting frozen fillets from a variety of species into portions for the retail bagged and boxed programs. During the season harvest periods, we also provide fresh-to-fresh and fresh to frozen fillets.

To support our commitment to quality, we have self-elected to have our H.A.C.C.P. (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) plan and facility be certified by the BRC (British Retail Consortium) for low care (raw product, required to be cooked) and high care (previously cooked product) seafood production.

We offer many services designed to serve as an extension of your sales efforts, whether a la carte or grouped into value bundles.

Cold Locker Processing:
– Tempering by air or water
– Sizing portions, fillets and H&G
– Grading, packing, repacking and boxing
– Blast freezing, glazing and preservation
– Vacuum packaging
– Value-add saucing
– Random and fixed weight
– Cutting, sectioning and splitting

Cold Locker Storage
– Chill, frozen, dry storage
– Blast freezing services
– Container plug-ins and loading / unloading
– Short term, long term and cross dock storage services
– Kitting and Packing services
– Audited HACCP plan for food safety



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