How Much did Siemens Invest in Right to Work South Carolina?

Siemens invested $36 million in order to expand in Right to Work Roebuck, South Carolina. This investment is covering the cost of adding 52,000 square feet to the facility, and will also help create new jobs. In fact, they plan to create over 180 new jobs for the area. So this will be a great economic addition to Spartanburg County! This also shows how Right to Work states support business and job growth all at once!

From Area Development Magazine:

“Siemens’ critical infrastructure technologies, manufactured by the skilled workforce here in Spartanburg, are supporting the industries that form the backbone of America’s economy. As this economy rebounds, and the need for innovative infrastructure grows, our expanded Spartanburg facility will play a vital role in ensuring our customers and America’s supply chain remains strong, just as it has throughout the pandemic.” […]

“Siemens is an important part of our South Carolina community and their growth is a reason to celebrate. We congratulate them on their latest expansion and look forward to their continued success.” […]

“Foreign direct investment continues to be a crucial component of our economic development success. Today, we celebrate Siemens’ decision to expand its operations in South Carolina. We look forward to this extraordinary partnership for many years to come.” 


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