Marlboro Development Team, Inc. to Develop 125,000 Square Foot Industrial Build-To-Suit in Greenville, SC

Spartanburg, SC – April 4, 2019 – Marlboro Development Team, Inc. (MDT) is pleased to announce the development of a new 125,000 square foot build-to-suit for Multi-Pack Solutions (Multi-Pack). Multi-Pack, a leading contract manufacturer and corporate citizen in Greenville County for over two decades, will consolidate existing production and distribution operations into the new facility. The Greenville operation, which will also serve as the company’s headquarters, will be FDA and EPA compliant, and manufacture products for the personal care, OTC, and medical device markets.

Scheduled for delivery in Q4 2019 and located on a 21-acre site within the South Carolina Technology and Aviation Center (SCTAC), the new facility will house production, testing, assembly, distribution, and corporate offices. The building will feature 32’ clear height, fully conditioned production and warehouse space, ample dock positions and employee parking, as well as significant expansion capabilities.

“We are very pleased and excited about the opportunity to partner with MDT in the expansion of our operations,” said Multi-Pack President, Steve Crass. “We have been part of the Greenville community for more than 25 years and believe this investment will be beneficial for us, demonstrating our commitment to the community. We are excited to be making this new investment in the Greenville area and look forward to building on our past successes, walking into a bright future together.”

Design team members include THS Constructors, GPN Architecture, and Thomas & Hutton. Both Multi-Pack and MDT received tremendous support from the South Carolina Department of Commerce, Greenville Area Development Corporation (GADC), and SCTAC.

“We are pleased to partner with Multi-Pack on the development of their new headquarters in Greenville, SC,” said Brian Nash, Senior Vice President of MDT. “As with all economic development projects, there are numerous allies who have assisted us in bringing this project to fruition and we are grateful for all of them.”