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Factory Direct Wholesale LLC relocates corporate headquarters to Savannah

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Factory Direct Wholesale LLC. announced today that it is expanding operations in Savannah and relocating its corporate headquarters to Savannah, creating 250 new job opportunities with 95 of those being corporate headquarter jobs and $17 million in investment. The facility will be located at the Morgan Lakes Center, 503 Morgan Lakes Industrial Blvd.

With the relocation, Factory Direct Wholesale LLC. expects to increase its current 6,000 TEUs  to 10,000 TEUs over the next five years through the Port of Savannah annually.

Factory Direct Wholesale Inc. is a furniture distributor that offers a full line of chairs, stools and tables, offering wholesale customers’ design needs at affordable prices in a timely fashion.

“We are excited to expand our footprint in Savannah with the move of our headquarters and the creation of 250 new job opportunities. With the Port of Savannah at our back door, the incredible workforce and an unparalleled infrastructure, we know Savannah is the right location for Factory Direct,” said Hanping Liu, General Manager of Factory Direct Wholesale, LLC.

“The announcement of Factory Direct Wholesale LLC hits all the right buttons for Savannah – 250 new job opportunities, a corporate headquarters and increased use of the Port of Savannah. We are excited to welcome Factory Direct Wholesale to Savannah and look forward to their continued growth in Savannah,” said Savannah Economic Development Authority President and CEO Trip Tollison.

“We’re happy to welcome Factory Direct’s growing presence here in Savannah, not only as a port customer but as a new corporate citizen of our community,” said Georgia Ports Authority Executive Director Griff Lynch. “By creating new investment and jobs for Georgians, this announcement will have a positive ripple effect across our local and state economies.”

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