Tesla is opening a massive new regional distribution center in Greenville County, South Carolina, This development marks Tesla’s first major investment in South Carolina, signaling a strategic expansion of its operational footprint.
Tesla’s new facility will be located at Fox Hill Business Park in Fountain Inn. The company will be occupying 251,100 square feet in Fox Hill’s Building 3, where they will operate a regional distribution of vehicle parts, according to a news release from the Greenville Area Development Corp.
The park has the capacity to accommodate up to 2.5 million square feet of manufacturing, distribution, and warehousing across multiple buildings, providing ample room for future expansions.
“Tesla’s commitment to Fox Hill Business Park in Greenville County is a testament to the continued strength of our company’s partnership with Tesla and to the indisputable drivers that make the park and the Upstate a force in the logistics world. Access to world-class labor, a friendly business environment, quality of life and proximity to more than 90 million people within one day’s drive combine to make Greenville County the vital and dynamic area it is known to be.”Brian Sudler, Principal with The Sudler Companies
While the total investment and job creation figures are yet to be disclosed, Tesla’s initiative in Greenville is a clear commitment to their mission of accelerating the world’s transition to sustainable energy.
Kevin Landmesser, Interim CEO of the Greenville Area Development Corp., views Tesla’s entry to Greenville’s business landscape as a significant win, aligning with the county’s strategy of attracting high-quality companies through supportive site development.