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Fulfillment Contractor to Begin Operations in Sumter County

Utopia Fulfillment, Inc. has announced plans to establish their first South Carolina operations in Sumter County. The Sumter facility will be located at 31 Plowden Mill Rd., with an expected launch date at the end of April 2024.

Utopia Fulfillment Inc., a warehousing and fulfillment services provider is one of the top Amazon sellers for home textiles and kitchen items in the US. Utopia launched operations in 2017 and has 8,000+ employees around the world, with more than 100 located at their Pennsylvania and New Jersey sites.

The new Sumter location will serve as a reverse logistics facility and accommodate warehousing needs and is expected to create six new jobs. Anyone interesting in applying for warehousing positions can email



"We at Utopia Fulfillment are delighted to announce our new operation in Sumter, SC. The decision to choose Sumter as the location for our warehouse facility was driven by the city's strategic advantages, including its central location, excellent transportation infrastructure, and business-friendly environment. We are excited to be part of the vibrant Sumter community and look forward to building strong partnerships and contributing to the local economy."

-Utopia General Manager of Global Logistics Haris Khan

“We are always excited when a new company joins the Sumter community. It is our goal to provide the necessary talent and tools to ensure Utopia Fulfillment’s success.”

-Sumter County Council Chairman James T. McCain Jr.

“This is a great win for Sumter having Utopia Fulfillment be a part of our business landscape. We thank you for choosing us and are committed to both your global and local growth.”

-City of Sumter Mayor David Merchant

“A logistics operation such as Utopia Fulfillment is a great addition to our industrial portfolio. We work diligently to ensure we have a skilled workforce ready to respond to the needs of our partners and look forward to providing the necessary talent for your existing and future operations.”

-Sumter Development Board Chairman Greg A. Thompson


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