Historic South Carolina Flooding Has No Impact On Le Creuset

With this past weekend’s record rainfall flooding large portions of South Carolina, Charleston-based Le Creuset has not been impacted.

A company official told HomeWorldBusiness.com that the location of the warehouses are far enough from the water to have avoided flooding. Company headquarters, which are located on the banks of the Ashley River roughly one mile from the Atlantic Ocean, have also avoided the impact of flood-inducing rainfall. 

Areas of South Carolina have reported flooding, broken waterlines, impassable roads and power failures. The rain is expected to continue through Monday in the northeastern part of the state between Myrtle Beach and Florence, according to The New York Times.