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Distribution & Logistics

Jun 8, 2022

Midwest firm breaks ground in Upstate industrial park

Kansas City-based firm Hunt Midwest is building the first industrial facility in Anderson’s new Evergreen Logistics Park as part of the company's expansion across South Carolina.

Jun 1, 2022

Fedex invests in Upstate sorting facility

The 251,000-square-foot, built-to-suit new facility, located at the corner of Highway 81 and Evergreen Road, will help the company increase regional sortation capacity and improve distribution

May 24, 2022

Methodical Coffee, climbing gym to open shared space in Upstate

A nonprofit climbing gym that closed its doors in 2018 will reopen its walls to the public within a warehouse purchased from Grace Church by

May 23, 2022

Department stores evolve, consolidate in digital age

Three years into a pandemic some feared would bring death to the department store, behemoths of former Sears properties still litter the state's shopping malls, empty and silent after shuttering in 2018 and 2020. But not everything is

May 18, 2022

Upstate spec property meets sandwich company needs

Supplier of the Deli Express, Market Sandwich, San Luis Burritos and Simply Delicious Bakery brands, the company plans to invest $38 million in

Apr 29, 2022

New design spurs on innovation at Magna plant

With a shift to narrow aisle design in its new manufacturing facility, Magna Mirrors will be able fit 2,700 storage racks where there once 1,200. The set up will help prepare the auto supplier for a new contract with Volvo and for

Apr 27, 2022

Ohio developer breaks ground on 1.5M square feet across Upstate

Speculative industrial development across the Upstate has been more than worth the risk for the Ohio-based developer, especially as demand for Class A distribution centers is at an all-time high and vacancy rates are

Apr 18, 2022

Inland Port concludes first expansion project

The first phase in the expansion of Greer's Inland Port is slated for a mid to late April completion the S.C. Ports Authority told SC Biz News in March. Bullock Construction laid about 9,700 feet

Apr 11, 2022

First Solar receives order in wave of domestic investment

A Greer distribution hub may get a little busier with an order of 750 megawatts of photovoltaic solar modules from a Southeastern-based energy company.

Apr 7, 2022

S.C. auto industry braces for continued shortage

Ukraine supplies the 70% of the world's neon and 90% of the purified neon used to etch circuits into a semiconductor chip's silicon surface in the United States. Auto makers and suppliers in South Carolina

Apr 1, 2022

Atlanta firm acquires Greenville industrial property

A pharmaceutical company has moved into one of the newest industrial properties in the Augusta Grove Business Park, which was recently purchased by

Mar 24, 2022

Postal Service orders 1st round of Spartanburg-made vehicles

The U.S. Postal Service and Oshkosh Defense are moving forward with plans to replace post office vehicles around the country. The Postal Service today said it has ordered the first round of vehicles to be built