Mixt Solutions, an e-commerce company specializing in consulting and third-party sales on Amazon, announced plans to invest $1.2 million to expand its operations in Union County, Ohio.
The company plans to move to a new 12,000-square-foot office and distribution facility in Plain City. According to company officials, as a fast growing early-stage company, the new building will allow Mixt Solutions to accommodate additional and expanding customers while supporting its long-term growth plans in the Columbus Region. In addition to the building, which will be constructed by Hochstetler Builders, Inc., the company’s investment will be used toward M&E and furnishings.
“Mixt Solutions is growing rapidly, so investing in a new, larger building allows us to better serve our customers,” said Mixt Solutions Partner Alexander Johnson. “This next step for the company will help position us for future success as we continue to expand our client base and talented workforce.”
Founded in 2014, Mixt Solutions help brands of all sizes find the ideal sales solution for their products on Amazon’s marketplace. Mixt Solutions’ services include third-party seller removal, logistics management, MAP pricing regulation and full-service party integration.
“We are impressed with Mixt Solutions’ growth over the past six years and we’re thrilled that the company chose to stay in Union County for its expansion,” said Jerome Township Administrator Doug Stewart. “This is a great story of retention and expansion that demonstrates the strength of our successful business community in Jerome Township.”
“We are excited to continue supporting Mixt Solutions while helping to catalyze its ongoing growth in the county,” said Union County Commissioner Charles Hall. “The expansion of this already successful homegrown company is a testament to the region’s strong e-commerce and tech industries.”
“Ohio continues to thrive as an e-commerce hub, and Mixt Solutions’ expansion is an example of how e-commerce innovators can establish operations and grow in the Columbus Region,” said JobsOhio President and CEO J.P. Nauseef. “This new facility will keep Mixt Solutions in Plain City while providing it the space needed for future growth.”