Juliska Expands Operations in North Charleston, South Carolina
Juliska’s new location will serve as the company’s headquarters, which will include corporate offices, a distribution center, a design and photo studio and a factory outlet store.The company’s distribution center is expected to be completed in October 2020, and the outlet store will be online in November 2020.
The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to this project as an incentive.
"We are thrilled to call Charleston our new home. For years we have been visiting and always dreamed of one day relocating our company here. The historic architecture, natural beauty, growing business community and abundant sense of “family” here are the perfect fit with our European heritage and brand values. Juliska is about gratitude and making those family gatherings unforgettable. We believe we don’t just make stuff, but fuel for the beautiful blaze of togetherness. What better place than Charleston to build our next chapter,” said Juliska Founders Capucine and David Gooding.
“Businesses from around the world are looking to call the Palmetto State home, and the fact that Juliska chose Charleston County for their new headquarters shows that our reputation as a state with a competitive business environment and a strong workforce is continuing to pay off for our citizens,” Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt said.
“The booming Southeast population continues to drive retail goods imports, making Charleston County an ideal location for Juliska’s new operations and distribution center. SC Ports looks forward to furthering our partnership with Juliska through our reliable and efficient operations, SC Ports President and CEO Jim Newsome noted.
Founded in 2001, Juliska specializes in creating artisanal stoneware and mouth-blown glass. With dinnerware, glassware, flatware and serving pieces, Juliska has more than 900 products available.
“Charleston County is the perfect fit for Juliska’s new corporate headquarters, distribution center and outlet store. Our intermodal logistics offer worldwide connectivity to Juliska’s supply chain and customer base. We welcome Juliska to our community,” Charleston County Council Chairman Elliott Summey added.
“North Charleston is synonymous with handcrafted. Juliska complements our local economic strengths and highly skilled workforce of artisans, and we wholeheartedly welcome this world-class company to the North Charleston community. We affirm our commitment to Juliska and look forward to future growth and success,” said North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey.
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