Sargent Metal Fabricators, Inc. (Sargent Metal), a custom metal fabrication company, today announced plans to expand operations in Anderson County.
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Refresco, a leading independent bottler for retailers and A-brands in Europe and North America, to expand operations in Greer, within Greenville County.
ORBIS® Corporation, an international leader in reusable packaging, has expanded its metal rack fabrication capabilities and relocated into a larger facility in Greenville County.
Power Pool Plus, Inc., an industrial generator manufacturer, contract steel fabricator and generator service provider, plans to establish operations in Greenwood County.
VELUX Greenwood, LLC (VELUX), a world leader in skylights and roof window manufacturing, is expanding operations in Greenwood County.
Eaton, a global leader in power management technologies and services, plans to expand operations in Greenwood County, with 30 new jobs to be created.
AXISCADES, an end-to-end engineering solutions and product company, plans to establish operations in Greenville, creating 15 new jobs.
Tindall Corporation, a leading provider of precast, prestressed architectural and structural systems, plans to expand operations in Spartanburg County.
Adams Products, a subsidiary of Oldcastle APG, plans to expand operations in Cherokee County, with a $12.5 million investment expected to create 31 new jobs.
Japan-based Meidensha Corporation is opening its new Meiden America Switchgear manufacturing facility in Laurens County, South Carolina.
abatUS, a subsidiary of German-based abat AG and sister company of Adah International, is establishing operations in Greenville, South Carolina.
$2.5 million investment will create 80 new jobs in Greenville County, South Carolina.
Materials Sciences LLC (MSC), an engineering services and manufacturing company, plans to expand operations in Greenville County, South Carolina.
Investment in Greer location to create 25 additional jobs in Greenville County Refresco, a global-leading, independent bottler for retailers and A-brands in Europe and North America, today announced plans to expand operations in Greenville County. The company’s investment is projected to create 25 new jobs. Founded in 1999, Refresco provides a variety of services from […]
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