Marlboro County sits in the middle of the powerful business sector of the southeastern United States, with impressive infrastructure connecting this rural southern area to global business for pennies on the dollar.
Located on the border of South Carolina and North Carolina, Marlboro County is centrally located within two hours of Charlotte, Raleigh, and Wilmington, NC and 90 minutes from Myrtle Beach. The county has easy access to I-95, a county owned rail system serving existing industry, and is a half hour from Inland Port Dillon.
Marlboro County and the surrounding areas offer a variety of public and private, colleges, academies and universities. Seven colleges and universities are in close proximity to the county. Nearby Florence-Darlington Technical College and Northeastern Technical College, part of the South Carolina Technical College System, work with new and expanding industries to provide a well-trained workforce. The South Carolina Governor's School of Math and Science, one of only 12 residential high schools in the nation dedicated to advanced study in STEM fields, is also within a 30-minute drive.
An energetic workforce with a unionization rate of only 2.0%, pro-business environment, and small-town charm create a community where business and people prosper.