BMW Is Investing $100 Million To Expand Its Logistics Center In Spartanburg County

BMW Manufacturing announced on Thursday that a new $100 million logistics facility will be built in Spartanburg County to boost the company’s operations.

The facility will enhance BMW’s logistics operations by utilizing it to combine offsite warehouse operations for BMW Manufacturing and handle shipments from the plant’s suppliers. It will be located on 120 acres on Freeman Farm Road.

Supplier shipments will be sorted inside the warehouse before being transported to their corresponding Plant Spartanburg technologies. As a result, the production process is quicker, simpler, and more efficient.

The new logistics facility will be almost one million square feet when completed, with the potential for future expansion.

To reduce the effect of truck traffic, the company is also building two private bridges to connect the logistics center to the BMW campus, one over Freeman Farm Road and the other over Interstate 85.

The company has invested more than $11.4 billion in its Spartanburg County facilities since 1992, officials said, and has manufactured more than five million vehicles.

The new logistics facility is expected to be operational in mid-2022.

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