Ingram Micro has announced an ambitious expansion expected to bring hundreds of new jobs to Spartanburg County.

According to statements by Governor Henry McMaster and the state Department of Commerce, the firm is a prominent provider of global technology and supply chain services and will expand operations in Spartanburg County.

The company is expected to invest more than $37 million in the new facility, which is projected to create 203 new jobs.

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McMaster said: “When a global technology leader like Ingram Micro expands their footprint in South Carolina, it proves to the world that our state has the business environment and workforce in place to support world-class companies.”

“We congratulate Ingram Micro on their growth in Spartanburg County, and we know they will continue to do great things here.”

The center expects to send about two million packages yearly and operations should be online in early 2023.

The ‘Coordinating Council for Economic Development’ has approved job development credits related to this project.

The council has also bestowed a $300,000 Set-Aside grant to Spartanburg County to help with the cost of building improvements.

Source: WYFF4

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