Four businesses are investing in Right to Work South Carolina. These include Charleston Coffee Roasters, SouthWood Corporation, Century Aluminum, and QVC. With the exception of SouthWood Corporation, all of these companies are expanding somewhere in the state. SouthWood on the other hand is adding a new location in Rock Hill. Charleston Coffee Roasters will be expanding in North Charleston, while Century Aluminum is expanding in Moncks Corner. Meanwhile, QVC will be expanding in Florence.
Altogether, these companies will be investing million into the state’s economy. They will also create hundreds of new jobs. Read on to find out more about each business investment.
Charleston Coffee Roasters:
Charleston Coffee Roasters is investing $2.2 million in order to expand in Right to Work North Charleston, South Carolina. This will also create 28 new jobs!
“South Carolina’s business-friendly environment and talented workforce create the perfect blend for companies like Charleston Coffee Roasters. Congratulations on today’s announcement. The state is buzzing over [the] continued growth.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
SouthWood Corporation is adding a new location in Right to Work Rock Hill, South Carolina with a $6.4 million investment. They also plan to create 73 new jobs!
“When we began the process of identifying our future home, we took a look at where our teammates live, where we would have access to skilled tradespeople and where we could get the space that we need to continue thriving in our industry. When SouthWood’s new facility opens early next year, we will look to magnify a working environment that fosters collaboration and provides synergy between our front-of-house operations and our manufacturing team. The goal is to continue to cultivate one of the top workplaces in the area.” […]
“When a company like SouthWood decides to locate in South Carolina, it’s a sign that the Palmetto State is ‘Just right’ for businesses of all types. This company’s investment will create jobs that will have an impact in York County and beyond.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
Century Aluminum is expanding soon in Right to Work Moncks Corner, South Carolina, with a $60 million investment that will also create 100 new jobs in Berkeley County!
“[We are] proud to be increasing production capacity at Mt. Holly, alongside a more than $60 million investment and the creation of 100 new good-paying aluminum jobs.” […]
“Century Aluminum’s Mt. Holly plant has long served as a unique economic driver for Berkley County and their success is a win for South Carolina. I congratulate Century Aluminum and all who have worked so hard to make this day a reality.” […]
“Companies like Century Aluminum continue to help strengthen our state’s manufacturing sector. The company’s decision to expand in South Carolina shows that our state’s advantageous economic environment and talented workforce not only attract business, but also help them grow.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
QVC is investing $27.5 million in order to expand in Right to Work Florence, South Carolina. This will create 360 new jobs for the area.
“We are proud to be adding to our team in Florence […]. Our decision to expand in Florence reflects the effectiveness of our local team, the quality of the workforce pool in this region, the efficiency of this location in terms of transportation and the strong support we have received from the Florence community. We are committed to South Carolina and look forward to ongoing collaboration with the state and county as we continue to contribute to the local economy.” […]
“Today’s announcement by QVC is a testament to South Carolina’s logistical advantages and pro-business environment. The company’s distribution center has been a part of the Florence community for years and continues to create jobs for our citizens.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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