DMA To Host Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony For New Distribution Center In South Carolina

DMA To Host Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony For New Distribution Center In South Carolina

The opening of this new facility will coincide with DMA’s 10-year anniversary celebration.

Direct Market Access (DMA), a supplier to the automotive aftermarket parts industry, will hold an official ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, Mar. 29 to celebrate the opening of a new 300,000-square-foot distribution center, located off U.S. Highway 76 in Mullins, South Carolina. The opening of this new facility will coincide with DMA’s 10-year anniversary celebration.

The new distribution center comes as a result of the continued growth the company has been experiencing in its North American operations over the past three years. The facility in Mullins will allow DMA to store and distribute product, as well as add another layer of support to the two existing distribution centers – also located in North Carolina.

The number of new employees is expected to rise significantly as qualified personnel will be needed to help operate and maintain the facility.

Over the past 10 years, DMA has gone from a business operating out of a shared warehouse with just three full-time employees to a business operating out of three distribution centers with 60-plus employees and counting.

In 2017, DMA was ranked No. 2,250 on the Inc. 5000 list, which recognizes the top 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the United States. DMA also was ranked 15th out of the top 40 fastest-growing mid-market companies in the state of North Carolina by Business North Carolina and Cherry Bekaert LLP, in partnership with Manning, Fulton & Skinner, P.A. and Regions Bank.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony will be open to the public; refreshments also will be provided. Dignitaries and other invited guests are expected to attend.

For questions or additional information, contact DMA at 1-877-395-0213 or visit

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