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Lash Group plans York County National Headquarters

June 16, 2014

Lash Group, a patient support services company and a part of AmerisourceBergen, announced plans for a new national headquarters campus in Kingsley Park in York County to meet the company’s existing and future space needs and enhance service to patients on behalf of its clients.

The approximately $57.3 million investment in the first phase is expected to reach $90 million as Lash Group grows and adds a second facility on the campus over time. The company expects to employ 1,200 in Fort Mill during the first phase, with plans to double its workforce to 2,400 at the new campus over the next several years based on current growth projections.


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“The new campus will improve efficiency and integration of our teams by consolidating our operations into fewer buildings and providing a superior work environment for our associates, ultimately benefitting the patients we serve. The Lash Group looks forward to enjoying continued growth and success here in South Carolina.”

— Tracy Foster, President, The Lash Group


“The Lash Group’s plans to establish its headquarters in Fort Mill are a huge commitment. Their decision demonstrates the full impact of our offerings as we submitted our largest SCEDIF request to-date, in order that infrastructure needs were met. SC Power Team’s new incentive electric rate was instrumental in recruiting The Lash Group, as their new strategy is working and we appreciate the personal responsiveness received from all of the team members.”

— Paul Basha, President and CEO, York Electric Cooperative

“The Lash Group will continue to provide vital patient services designed to add significant value to the health care process from their new York County location. With 2,400 jobs planned for this operation, the vision of attracting health care industry investment has taken a substantial leap forward. We welcome the The Lash Group and the prominence this decision brings to our community.”

– Britt Blackwell, York County Council and I-77 Alliance, Chairman