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Multi-Pack moving into new facility in Greenville

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Multi-Pack Solutions, an integrated packaging and manufacturing provider for over-the-counter drugs and personal care products, has begun moving its production lines into a new, 125,000-square-foot facility at the S.C. Technology and Aviation Center.

The facility, which represents a $16.3 million investment by Multi-Pack, will house production and sales operations and is scheduled to be fully operational later this month, according to a news release.

Multi-Pack Solutions is scheduled to be operating from its new facility before the year ends. (Image/Provided)“This is an exciting time for Multi-Pack Solutions and our associates,” Multi-Pack President Steve Crass said in the news release. “We have enjoyed tremendous success serving clients across a wide range of industries, and our move into a state-of-the-art facility reflects our commitment to provide best-in-class services to meet our customers’ expanding needs.”

Construction of the new building began in the spring. GPN Architecture Inc. provided design services, THS Constructors served as general contractor, and engineering firm Thomas & Hutton served as the project’s civil engineer. Marlboro Development Team Inc. is acting as developer, and Global Trust Management Consulting is providing overall project management, the release said.

“We are proud of our 25-year Greenville heritage. As we looked at expanding our operations, we wanted to ensure that we remained close to our Upstate roots and our talented workforce,” Crass said in the release. “We would like to thank the South Carolina Department of Commerce, the Greenville Area Development Corp. and SCTAC for their invaluable support during this process.”

Once the move is complete, Multi-Pack expects to add 72 new positions to its workforce, the release said. The company is headquartered in Greenville and already employs about 300 people, the release said.

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