Three companies are investing soon in Right to Work South Carolina. These include E+I Engineering and Palmetto Yacht Management, as well as Central States Manufacturing.
E+I Engineering is expanding in Anderson with a $13 million investment that will create 200 new jobs. Meanwhile, Palmetto Yacht Management is adding headquarters in Manning with a $3.7 million investment. This will create 211 new jobs. And lastly, Central States Manufacturing will create 70 new jobs with a new location in Graniteville. Altogether, these businesses will create 481 new jobs across the state.
So this shows how Right to Work states support economic growth! Read on to find out more about each investment.
“The E+I Engineering team is delighted to be able to announce the creation of 200 new jobs[…]. This investment marks an acceleration in our investment in North America, which is testament to the skilled workforce in the area. Since setting up operations in the U.S. in 2014, we’ve attracted some of the industry’s best talent to help develop our innovative products and services. We see continued strength in our North America business, and our hiring plans reflect our commitment to meeting our customers’ demands in the region.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
Palmetto Yacht Management:
“We see wonderful opportunities to come with Palmetto Yacht Management’s announcement today. The natural beauty of Clarendon County’s outdoors, blended with its zealous workforce and business-friendly environment, makes the county an ideal headquarters location for a company like Palmetto Yacht Management. Congrats to the company and our friends in Clarendon. We look forward to seeing activities get underway.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
Central States Manufacturing:
“Central States is excited to continue our growth in South Carolina. As we expand to service our customers better, we are always looking for communities in which we can contribute and partner. We believe we have found this in the Aiken County community and are excited to welcome employee owners from South Carolina.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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