China-Based Daye North America Locates Operations & Distribution Hub in North Charleston, South Carolina
Daye North America’s new facility, expected to be completed by November 1, 2020, will increase the company’s capacity to meet growing demand for its lawnmowers and power equipment and serve local, regional and national retailers.
“Daye North America is thrilled to open our new warehouse facility in Charleston County. The facility’s proximity to the Port of Charleston along with Charleston County’s vibrant workforce will be key components to our success,” said Daye North America President Matt Ragland.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Daye North America to South Carolina and celebrate their decision to establish operations in Charleston County. We are excited that this $1.8 million investment will create new jobs for our citizens,” Governor Henry McMaster said.
“Congratulations to Daye North America for selecting Charleston County for their newest facility. With today’s announcement, this company joins a roster of globally respected firms that have chosen to do business in our state, and I look forward to watching them succeed in South Carolina for many years to come,” added Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.
Founded in 2017, Daye North America is an industry leader in the development of innovative, high-quality and easy-to-use outdoor power equipment, including gas-powered and battery, powered lawn mowers, string trimmers, blowers, chainsaws, hedge trimmers, lawn tractors and zero turn radius riding mowers.
“Charleston County is fortunate to have Daye North America join the ranks of our growing innovative ecosystem. Our strong workforce, culture and key connections to the manufacturing industry will provide advantages for Daye North America to excel, and we look forward to supporting the company in its endeavors for years to come,” said Charleston County Economic Development Executive Director Steve Dykes.
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