April 28, 2022
IMC Cuts the Ribbon for New HQ at Schilling Farms with TN Governor Bill Lee
Officials from IMC Companies, the nation’s largest marine drayage company, and Tennessee Governor Bill Lee cut the white ribbon Wednesday to celebrate the grand opening of IMC’s new $23-million corporate headquarters at Boyle’s 443-acre Schilling Farms mixed-use community in Collierville, Tennessee.
“This is a great day at IMC,” said Mark George, chairman of the company. “It’s not just a building, it’s a 40-year celebration for our company.”
George revealed that IMC recently exceeded $1 billion in revenues and is now the 38th largest trucking company in the United States.
Nearly 150 employees, families, friends and state and town officials gathered in front of the new IMC headquarters at 1305 Schilling Blvd. West for the ribbon-cutting ceremony welcoming the intermodal logistics company to Collierville.
George founded IMC in 1982 to provide services including marine drayage, expedited services, truck brokerage, warehousing and more. Boyle is pleased to welcome IMC to Schilling Farms, which is already home to a number of corporate headquarters facilities including Helena Agri-Enterprises, Mueller, MCR Safety, and Juice Plus.
Schilling Farms has definitely reached its goal of becoming the preferred location for office headquarters facilities in the greater Memphis region. These companies are choosing Schilling Farms for its walkability and great mix of office, residential, retail, medical and recreational uses all conveniently located in one community.