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North Carolina-based company moving headquarters to Lancaster County

Christina Lee Knauss //May 23, 2023//

North Carolina-based company moving headquarters to Lancaster County

Christina Lee Knauss //May 23, 2023//

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A North Carolina-based fleet maintenance company will invest $6.9 million to move its headquarters to Lancaster County.

Snider Fleet Solutions, which provides fleet maintenance solutions to the transportation and construction industries, will move into an existing facility at 1081 Red Ventures Drive in Lancaster County. The investment is expected to create 167 new jobs, according to a news release.

Snider Fleet Solutions is one of the largest service providers in the transportation and construction industries, with 80 locations nationwide, servicing over 75% of the United States. The company distributes new and retread commercial and industrial tires, while offering mechanical services and technology solutions.

“This relocation is an exciting next step in cementing our future as the premier provider in our industry,” said Snider Fleet Solutions CEO Marty Herndon. “This move gives us the space and location to best manage our expanding offerings to customers across our service area. Our corporate staff has been working in multiple offices throughout the Carolinas. We will now be able to bring our team together and have all that talent collaborating in our new office.”

The company is relocating its headquarters from Greensboro and Newton, N.C. The transition will allow Snider to consolidate management operations, according to the release.

“Their upcoming relocation and the 167 jobs they will create is a testament to the vibrant and growing economy in Lancaster County and South Carolina,” said Lancaster County Council Chair Steve Harper.

Operations are expected to be online by June 1, 2023. Individuals interested in joining the Snider Fleet Solutions team should visit the company’s careers page.  

The Coordinating Council for Economic Development approved job development credits related to this project.