Hundreds Of Jobs Are Coming To Spartanburg With Ingram Micro’s Expansion

About 203 new employment opportunities are expected to be generated as the technology and supply chain services provider, Ingram Micro, announces expansion plans in Spartanburg.

The California-based logistics company is investing $37 million to build a new fulfillment center at 6670 Highway 221 in Roebuck that will serve customers throughout the Southeast, with an expected annual shipment capacity of around 2 million packages.

“Ingram Micro is pleased to continue to invest in the state of South Carolina with a new advanced fulfillment center to further serve our customers in the region and play an important role in helping keep the global supply chain moving,” said Ingram Micro executive director of global real estate Marianne Zeller. “South Carolina is known for providing access to a dedicated workforce and we are excited to grow our presence here in the state.”

The Roebuck facility is anticipated to operate in early 2023.

Individuals interested in a career with Ingram Micro may visit the company’s careers page at

Sharing is caring

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.