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PBV Breaks Ground on Future North Myrtle Beach Facility

Today, Pepsi Bottling Ventures (PBV) marked a significant milestone with the groundbreaking ceremony for its upcoming North Myrtle Beach facility. The event was attended by esteemed guests, including local officials and members of the local PBV team, who gathered to support this momentous day. The new facility signifies PBV’s commitment to the evolving needs of its people, customers, and community.

A Momentous Occasion

The groundbreaking ceremony was a moment of celebration and unity as PBV embarked on a new chapter of expansion and community involvement. Distinguished speakers, including North Myrtle Beach Mayor Marylyn Hatley, State Senator Greg Hembree, Horry County Council Chairman Johnny Gardner, and PBV President & CEO Derek Hill, took to the podium to emphasize the event’s significance.

Growing For Good

During the ceremony, PBV’s President & CEO Derek Hill highlighted to company’s commitment to its vision of “growing for good” and staying connected to the needs of its people, customers, and community. The new facility in North Myrtle Beach represents a fresh start, enabling PBV to further its responsible growth mission and foster strong relationships within the region.

Strengthening Community Ties

PBV has been proudly rooted in the Myrtle Beach region since 2009, and the 165,000 square-foot facility solidified its long-standing commitment to the state. State Senator Greg Hembree acknowledged the historical presence of Pepsi in Horry County, emphasizing its significance as part of the local community. The North Myrtle Beach facility’s role in the industrial park was praised my Mayor Marylin Hatley, highlighting the positive impact PBV will have on the community.

Meeting Future Needs

PBV’s strategic decision to establish the North Myrtle Beach facility positions the company to meet its teammates’ and customers’ current and future demands. The expanded facility will enhance operational efficiency and allow PBV to continue delivering high-quality products while ensuring sustainable practices.

Looking Ahead

The groundbreaking ceremony marked the beginning of an exciting journey for PBV in North Myrtle Beach. The new facility is expected to be operational in early 2024, with construction underway. The forthcoming ribbon-cutting ceremony will testify to PBV’s growth and commitment to serving the local community.

To learn more, read PBV Expands Distribution Operations in Horry County