Bob Bowen on what makes Orangeburg County Development Commission a unique economic development organization. Bob Bowen Husqvarna Group
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Home to four Fortune 500 companies, Orangeburg County, South Carolina is the ideal location for business expansions, relocation, and start-ups.
Companies from around the world have chosen Orangeburg County not only for its proximity to major markets and affordable commercial space, but also for its highly qualified workforce. Find out how we can give you the competitive edge.
Visit Orangeburg County, and you'll find that it has a lot to offer it's citizens and businesses because "It's a great day in Orangeburg County."
South Carolina is recognized for its fast, effective routing of goods and services. Multi modal and centrally located, South Carolina’s logistical infrastructure is designed to move parts and products in and out remarkably fast.
Statewide, South Carolina has one of the best highway systems in the nation. While South Carolina is 40th in size nationally, it has the 5th largest state maintained road system – a total of 42,000 toll-free miles – and is crisscrossed by five strategic interstates: I-20, I-26, I-77, I-85, and I-95.
Orangeburg County is ideally situated near the midway point between New York City and Miami along Interstate 95. Two major interstates, I-95 and I-26, intersect in the county and can provide quick access to both national and regional markets. The Global Logistic Triangle (I-26, US-301, and I-95) gives your companies immediate access to the worldwide markets.
2 story, 16,140 sq.ft. office building built in 2005 and in excellent condition sitting on 3 acres.
The best way to describe Orangeburg County's approach to business? Southern hospitality. We welcome companies from all around the globe with custom tax and incentive packages, a peerless workforce, prime real estate, and most importantly open arms.
Poised and ready to meet your project needs, the county workforce is abundant, talented and young.
Orangeburg County has six interchanges on I-26 and five on I-95. I-77 is only 25 miles to the west, and I-20 is just 41 miles north.
Orangeburg's mild winters and warm summers provide a temperate climate with an average annual temperature of 63.3°. The area's winter average is 46° and the summer average is 79.1°. This mild climate provides the opportunity for year-round recreation and virtually no work stoppage due to inclement weather.