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Pet Supplies Plus Establishes SC Distribution Center, Creating 275 Jobs

Glenn Polyn//August 17, 2022//

Pet Supplies Plus Establishes SC Distribution Center, Creating 275 Jobs

Glenn Polyn //August 17, 2022//

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Press release: South Carolina Office of the Governor

Pet Supplies Plus, a leading, full-service pet retail company, recently announced plans to establish a new distribution center in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. The company’s $53 million investment will create 275 new jobs.

Founded in 1988, Pet Supplies Plus, a subsidiary of Franchise Group, Inc., is one of the largest pet retail franchises in the United States, offering customers a wide assortment of natural pet foods, goods and services. Located in 40 states, Pet Supplies Plus has more than 630 stores, the majority of which are independently owned and operated by franchisees.

Located in the Shamrock Commerce Center at the intersection of U.S. 301 and Interstate 26 at Exit 154, the company’s new, state-of-the-art distribution center will increase its distribution capabilities across the Southeast. The new operation will be the company’s fourth distribution center located within the U.S.

Operations are expected to begin in early 2023, and readySC will assist with the recruitment process. The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to this project.

“The new distribution center is a win-win for the Orangeburg community, Pet Supplies Plus and pet parents across the United States. The distribution center will create highly desirable logistics jobs, as well as allow for efficient distribution of a wide assortment of pet products to Pet Supplies Plus stores in the region,” said Pet Supplies Plus chief executive officer Chris Rowland.

“With its strategic location, Orangeburg County is brimming with potential, and this major $53 million investment is proof of that. We thank Pet Supplies Plus for its commitment to our state and people,” said South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster.