Pepsi Bottling Ventures Expands North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Operations
The company will relocate within the county to the new Palmetto Coast Industrial Park. PBV will construct a 164,850-square-foot distribution warehouse, scheduled for completion in the fourth quarter of 2023.
“We are committed to the community of North Myrtle Beach and are excited about the opportunities this investment will bring to our customers, consumers, and partners in the region. We thank the City of North Myrtle Beach and its leadership for their support and look forward to serving the community for years to come. We’re excited to be here and play a role in the city’s future growth,” Derek Hill, President & CEO, Pepsi Bottling Ventures said.
The Coordinating Council for Economic Development approved job development credits related to this project. The council also awarded a $100,000 Rural Infrastructure (RIF) grant to Horry County to assist with real property improvements.
“We are excited to announce the expansion of a renowned company like Pepsi Bottling Ventures. When an existing company grows within our state, it’s further testament that South Carolina is where companies can find sustained success. Congratulations, and we look forward to strengthening our partnership,” Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III noted.
PBV is one of the nation’s largest privately held bottlers of Pepsi-Cola beverage products with 19 locations across South Carolina, North Carolina, Maryland and Delaware. The company’s product portfolio includes top consumer brands like Pepsi, Aquafina, Lipton, Gatorade, Starbucks and more.
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