Unique Loom, a global online retailer of area rugs and home decor to national and international customers, will invest $18.4 million to expand operations in Indian Land, South Carolina.
The expansion will nearly double the size of the building with the construction of over 234,000 square feet of warehouse space and an additional 10,000 square feet of office space in Lancaster County The expansion is expected to be completed by May 2021.
"Unique Loom's significant distribution expansion in Lancaster County will strengthen our logistics capability and enhance service to our customers. The Nassri family is truly appreciative of the incredible support we received from Lancaster County and South Carolina when we opened the facility three years ago and their ongoing commitment to us. As an existing business, it shows we made the right choice to locate in this exceptional community,” said Unique USA CEO Johnny Nassri.
"Unique Loom's expansion is another great example of a Lancaster County business making their big dreams a reality. When they arrived in 2017, Unique Loom had an aggressive plan to grow their operation. They purchased the building within the first year and are now significantly adding to it. We are thrilled to see their incredible success,” said Lancaster County Department of Economic Development Executive Director Jamie Gilbert.
Founded in 2000, Unique Loom specializes in the manufacturing and distribution of indoor and outdoor rugs and other floor coverings. Unique Loom's expansion will increase the company's distribution capabilities.
"Lancaster County is very excited that Unique Loom is expanding its Indian Land operations. The close proximity to several interstates makes us ideally suited to meet the logistics needs of industry. This major expansion is a strong testimonial to Lancaster County's outstanding business climate. We congratulate Unique Loom on their growth and appreciate the jobs and investments they have brought and will be bringing to our community,” said Lancaster County Council Chairman Steve Harper.