Sage Automotive Interiors is expanding its Sharon Plant in Abbeville County. The $10.45 million investment will create 95 new jobs.
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Smurfit Kappa, a global leader in paper-based packaging solutions, is expanding its U.S. footprint with the company’s first South Carolina operation in Anderson County. The $68 million investment will create 200 new jobs.
Automotive and industrial supplier ZF Group is expanding its manufacturing facility in Laurens County, with a $500 million investment that will create 400 new jobs.
Nissin Foods plans to expand its U.S. footprint by establishing operations in Greenville County with a $228 million investment and 300 jobs.
Mojave Energy Systems (Mojave), a clean technology start-up company that develops and manufacturers next-generation commercial air conditioning systems, is establishing its first manufacturing facility in Anderson County.
Keurig Dr Pepper is developing a state-of-the-art coffee roasting and manufacturing facility in Spartanburg County, investing an additional $100 million into the project.
Books for Less expanding South Carolina footprint to Oconee County with second distribution facility
Wholesale book distributor Books for Less is opening a new warehouse distribution operation in Oconee County. The company’s $3.9 million investment will create 20 new jobs.
German-based automotive supplier, Wenker, Inc. is building its new U.S. headquarters in Greenville County. The company’s $3.1 million investment will add 27 new jobs.
National engineering firm Garver to create Water Design Center and add new offices in Greenville County
Garver will create 100 new jobs as the company expands in Greenville County with plans to support water and wastewater projects across the Southeast.
Lima One Capital is one of the nation’s premier lenders for real estate investors. The company’s $51.4 million investment will create approximately 300 new jobs.
Hammer-IMS, a Belgian-based measurement systems supplier, is establishing operations in Spartanburg County at the Spark Center SC’s soft-landing space.
Sage Parts Plus, Inc. establishing new global headquarters and distribution operations in Greenville County
Sage Parts Plus, a global aviation parts supplier, plans to open its new global headquarters and distribution operations in Greenville County, with a $1.7 million investment that will create 73 new jobs.
Pan Technology, Inc., a manufacturer of pigment dispersions, specialty inks and coatings, is establishing its first South Carolina operations in Spartanburg County.
Gaffney Bakery, LLC and its partners today announced plans to establish operations in Cherokee County. The company’s $96 million investment will create more than 260 new jobs.
Itron, a global industrial Internet of Things (IoT) leader that innovates the way utilities and cities manage energy and water, is expanding its Oconee County operations. The company is planning a capital expenditure of $28.5 million over three years that will create nearly 100 new jobs.
Envogue International, producer of fashion-forward home décor, is relocating to Greenwood County.
Sulzer Pumps Solutions, Inc., a subsidiary of Swiss-based Sulzer Ltd, plans to expand operations in Pickens County with a $5.3 million investment that will create 25 new jobs.
Poultry processing solutions company Meyn America, LLC is establishing its first South Carolina operations in Oconee County. The $10.8 million investment will create 25 new jobs.
FN America, LLC expanding South Carolina footprint to Pickens County with second production facility
Firearms manufacturer FN America is expanding its South Carolina footprint with a new production facility in Pickens County, with a $33 million investment that will create 176 new jobs.
BorgWarner Inc. (BorgWarner), a global leader in mobility solutions, today announced plans to expand its facility in Oconee County. The company’s $42.7 million investment will create 122 new jobs.
TIME Bicycles (TIME), a leading carbon fiber bicycle manufacturer, has announced plans to establish its first South Carolina operations in Spartanburg County to build the nation’s largest carbon fiber bicycle factory.
Erchonia Corp., a global, laser technology manufacturer, announced plans to relocate its corporate headquarters to Greenville County.
GE Appliances (GEA), a Haier company, is expanding operations with a distribution center in Greenville County, with a $50 million investment slated to create 45 new jobs.
Milo’s Tea Company has announced plans to establish its first South Carolina operations in Spartanburg County. The company’s $130 million investment will create 103 new jobs.
$49.6 million investment to create approximately 58 new jobs over the next five years Yanfeng, a leading global automotive supplier, today announced the expansion of its operations in Laurens County. The company’s investment of $49.6 million will create approximately 58 new jobs over the next five years. Yanfeng has more than 240 locations and 67,000 […]
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