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Home Depot will build a new rapid deployment center, part of a larger initiative to transition to a more efficient supply chain system, near Dixiana, S.C., a spokesperson confirmed.
Dixiana is located in Lexington County, in the central part of the state.
The deployment center represents an approximately $25 million investment and is expected to employ about 300 people.
The center is expected to be built within the next three years, though no construction date has been set.
The RDC will serve stores in the Carolinas, Tennessee and Georgia.