Top Industry Sectors - Dillon, SC
Grow, Innovate, and Succeed in Dillon South Carolina
to a vast array of companies from a variety of industries.
Dillon County is a great location for manufacturing, distribution and agribusiness. With several industrial parks and sites with direct access to I-95 coupled with strong workforce training programs and skilled workers, Dillon County and the northeast South Carolina region is a great place to locate and grow your business.
Inland Port Dillon
Dillon County can provide your company a highly skilled manufacturing workforce. The South Carolina ReadySC workforce training program is among the nation’s best and cab develop a customized workforce training program specific to your project and train at no cost. Read More…
Perfect East Coast Location On I-95 Midway Between Maine & Miami. Join Harbor Freight Tools which has a very successful major distribution center located in Dillon County. Read More…
Dillon County and the northeast South Carolina region is within 2 hours of Boeing Charleston and the growing SC Aerospace industry. Read More…
From poultry, cotton, produce, to forest products, Dillon County and the northeast South Carolina region is proud of our agricultural past and present. Read More…
News / Press
Harbor Freight Tools held the groundbreaking on their one million square foot expansion on Wednesday, Dec. 13th. Robby Roberson, Vice-President of East Coast Distribution for Harbor Freight Tools, said that they had been in Dillon since 2001. This is their third expansion which will bring them up to 3 million
DILLON, S.C. – Inland Port Dillon is already paying off for the Pee Dee region. S.C. Sen. Kent Williams, whose district includes the inland port, said Friday afternoon that already two industrial businesses have moved to Marion County because of its proximity to the inland port near Dillon. “We’re very
FLORENCE, S.C. – Three leaders in health care community spoke to an audience Friday morning at the Florence Center about the trends in area health services. The Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce’s annual Legislative Breakfast focused on health care instead of government this year. Kyle Baxter of McLeod Health, MUSC