Snider Fleet Solutions Relocating to South Carolina
South Carolina officials are welcoming Snider Fleet Solutions’ corporate relocation from a neighboring state in a $6.9 million investment that will create 167 jobs.
Gov. Henry McMaster declared May 23, “As the No. 1 exporter of tires in the country, South Carolina has built a strong reputation as the top place for tire manufacturers to locate, as evidenced by today’s announcement. Snider Fleet Solutions will only help grow this reputation, and we look forward to strengthening our partnership in the future.”
The company, founded in 1972 in Greensboro, N.C., distributes new and retread commercial and industrial tires, and offers mechanical services and technology solutions.
It is moving its current North Carolina headquarters (in Greensboro and Newton) to an existing facility at 1081 Red Ventures Drive in Lancaster County near U.S. Route 521. The north-central site is located 60 miles north of Columbia and 40 miles south of Charlotte, N.C.
The relocation will enable Snider Fleet Solutions to consolidate management operations and better facilitate collaboration across its service groups. From more than 80 locations nationwide, Snider Fleet Solutions is one of the largest service providers in the transportation and construction industries, servicing over 75% of the United States.
Congratulations to @SniderFleet on relocating its headquarters to #LancasterCounty! The company's 6.9 million investment will create 167 new jobs. Learn more: https://t.co/jtVpjye0KL.@EcoDevLancaster pic.twitter.com/houQwGIb24 — SC Dept. of Commerce (@SCcommerce) May 23, 2023
A native South Carolinian, CEO Marty Herndon said, “This move gives us the space and location to best manage our expanding offerings to customers across our service area. Our corporate staff has been working in multiple offices throughout the Carolinas. We will now be able to bring our team together and have all that talent collaborating in this new office.”
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Herndon said the company looks forward to engaging with talented area associates to expand support services.
“This is a great growth opportunity for Snider, our customers, employees and suppliers,” he added.
Steve Harper, chair of the Lancaster County Council, said local officials are thrilled with the upcoming relocation and job creation.
Snider Fleet Solutions projects that operations at the new headquarters are expected to be online by June 1 and encourages job seekers to visit the company’s careers page.
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