Accurate Brazing, a vacuum brazing and heat treating company and subsidiary of Aalberts N.V., plans to expand its Greenville County operations.
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Stoll Industries is expanding its operations in Abbeville County, with a $1.1 million investment expected to create 30 jobs over the next five years.
Farming and agricultural equipment manufacturer Alo is establishing distribution operations in Mauldin, South Carolina.
Fujifilm Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc. is expanding its existing operations in Greenwood, South Carolina.
Kimura, Inc., a subsidiary of global logistics leader and innovator Kimura Unity in Japan, is making a $4 million investment projected to bring 25 new jobs to Greenville County.
Getronics, an information and communication technology solutions company, is establishing its Global Service Center in Greenville County. The $1.63 million investment is creating 500 jobs.
Frozen food processing facility to create 114 new jobs
The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying is relocating its headquarters to Greenville, South Carolina.
Lucideon, an independent materials testing, analysis, characterization, development and commercialization organization, is expanding in Greenville County.
Kelley Engineering, which specializes in designing automation equipment and CNC machining and metal fabrication, is expanding in Anderson County.
Explore 2018 business announcements in Upstate South Carolina with this interactive map.
The Muffin Mam, Inc., a leading manufacturer of baked goods headquartered in Simpsonville, S.C., is launching new production operations in Laurens County.
Horton Holding, Inc., a premium provider of engine-cooling solutions, plans to locate new operations in Oconee County, creating 125 new jobs.
Greenwood Fabricating and Plating announced a $17.1 million investment projected to create 31 additional new jobs at its existing Greenwood County manufacturing operations.
Multi-Pack today announced plans to grow its existing Greenville County operations. The company’s $16.3 million investment is projected to create 72 new jobs.
Advanced ceramics manufacturer CeramTec North America is once again expanding its existing facility in Laurens County.
Greenville County will benefit from 3M’s planned $60 million capital investment over the next five years to increase its manufacturing capacity and enhance its infrastructure at its operations in Greenville.
InvestiNet, a full-service account receivables management firm, today announced plans to expand its existing operations in Greenville County, South Carolina.
Ortec, a leading biomaterial and polymer technology company, is growing its Anderson County operations.
valantic SCE (USA) Inc., a software developer and supplier management consultant for the automotive industry, today announced plans to locate new operations in Greenville County and create at least 15 jobs.
Fuyao North America Inc., a venture of China-based Fuyao Glass Industry Group Co. Ltd. (Fuyao Group), is launching a new processing center in Greenville County.
Edinburgh, Scotland-based docs24, a provider of a revolutionary online marketing, business content and brand management platform for organizations of all sizes and types, has established its first North American sales and customer service office in Greenville County, South Carolina.
BDS Technologies, LLC (BDS) has announced plans to develop a manufacturing operation in Laurens County.
Renewable Properties, a leading developer in the residential, commercial and utility-scale solar markets, is growing its solar farm portfolio with seven new solar facilities in Spartanburg County.
Central Packaging and Crating, Inc., a manufacturer of wooden, heat-treated pallets, is expanding its operations in Greenwood County.
Spartanburg Water CEO discusses the role water and wastewater utilities play in economic development.
Learn about a recent trip to build business connections between the Upstate, Belgium and the Netherlands though this Q&A.
How does Brexit impact Upstate South Carolina? A UK Brexit Counsellor, Upstate industry AFL, and a Furman economics professor discuss the international issue.
Site Selection magazine showcases the Upstate’s business environment within its Upstate Intelligence Report.
Kupperman Location Solutions shares food processing and manufacturing industry insights.
Move Up, a regional talent initiative spearheaded by the Upstate SC Alliance, includes a website, brand and digital marketing campaign that sell job opportunities and quality of life across the region.
Within South Carolina’s Upstate, 25 Census Tracts are designated as “Opportunity Zones” ripe for investment by holders of longterm, patient capital.
We recently welcomed Nadia Theodore, Consul General for Canada in Atlanta, to discuss Canadian business opportunities with Upstate business leaders as part of our Grow Your Business event series.
As part of our #TeamUpstate storytelling, we recently spoke with HTI CEO Herb Dew about how workforce and talent affect economic growth and sustainability.
Humimic and three other Upstate companies – Poly-Med, Tactical Medical Solutions and Global Transplant Solutions – are representing South Carolina’s life science induastry at the Arab Health medical conference.
Nearly a decade after its launch as an Etsy shop, online apparel personalization company Marleylilly continues to grow in Greer.
To help Upstate companies tap into this data potential, Furman University Undergraduate Evening Studies offers a Data Analytics Certificate program aimed at equipping professionals who have completed bachelor’s degrees with data insights.
During a visit to the Upstate, Mahabir Pun visited with Clemson University, members of the World Affairs Council Upstate, and Nepalese and Indian engineers to explore opportunities for collaboration.
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