Packaging company to invest $7.5 million in Berkeley County facility

A&R Bulk-Pak, Inc., is set to invest $7.5 million and create 25 new jobs in Moncks Corner, South Carolina, through the construction of a new facility.


Packaging company to invest $7.5 million in Berkeley County facility.  

A&R Bulk-Pak, Inc., is set to invest $7.5 million and create 25 new jobs in Moncks Corner, South Carolina, through the construction of a new facility.

The contract packaging company plans to build a state-of-the art packaging and distribution facility in an effort to meet demand from an increasing customer base and keep up with increasing plastics production from the Gulf Coast.

“Since day one, our experience in South Carolina has been tremendous," A&R President Avi Ron said. "From the highly motivated leadership at the state and county levels to the exceptional folks at the South Carolina Ports Authority and CSX Railroad, it is clear we have an extraordinary support team in place, which is second to none."

The new facility will measure 240,000 square feet; it will be situated on a 27.5-acre tract. Construction will take place in three phases and will include storage space for 100 railcars.

“Having such an established and growing company as A&R Bulk-Pak select Berkeley County for its new location is further proof that Berkeley County is open for business and Berkeley County means business," Berkeley County Supervisor Bill Peagler said.

A&R Bulk-Pak, Inc., is a family-owned and operated company. It is based in New Jersey, where it was launched in 1985. The company specializes in packaging, bulk transfer, warehousing and logistics services.

More information about A&R Bulk-Pak can be obtained by calling Jason Blinkoff, executive vice president, at 908-558-7440.

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