CCS Medical today announced the relocation of their corporate headquarters from Clearwater, Florida to Farmers Branch, Texas in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. CCS Medical has more than 1,500 employees in seven offices across the nation, and is a market leader in distributing home healthcare products and services to patients with chronic conditions in the United States.
"Selecting Texas for our corporate relocation was an easy choice. The state of Texas has a superior business climate and a strong workforce," said CCS Medical Chief Executive Officer Dirk Allison. "This move will enable us to better serve our customers living with chronic medical conditions while continuing to provide the highest quality home medical supplies and service. We are grateful to the state of Texas and the city of Farmers Branch for helping to make this move possible, and we look forward to being a member of the community."
CCS Medical is a privately held company and its largest shareholders are funds managed by Highland Capital Management, L.P. Patrick Daugherty, Head of Private Equity and Special Situations at Highland, said, "We are excited to bring a leading company like CCS Medical to Dallas-Fort Worth. North Texas' dynamic business environment will help the company continue its leadership in the home medical supplies and services market."
The corporate relocation was assisted by a combination of state and local funding. The Texas Workforce Commission has committed up to $506,000 in training funding; and the City of Farmers Branch is providing $250 per job created, up to $37,500, in direct incentive funding for the corporate relocation.
This move is projected to create approximately 230 new jobs over the next two years, with an average annual salary of more than $69,000 including benefits. Approximately 150 of those jobs will be located in their new corporate headquarters at the Park West building, located at the intersection of Interstate 635 (LBJ Freeway) and Luna Road in Farmers Branch. The remainder will be located at a warehousing facility in Coppell. The relocation is projected to have a nearly $90 million statewide economic impact by 2013, according to a study performed for CCS Medical by the University of Texas at San Antonio.