Here are Right to Work South Carolina’s New Businesses

South Carolina provides great economic benefits to companies as a result of its Right to Work laws. As a result, the state sees new companies investing here all the time. The most recent new developments are coming from Aerofoam and Kuntai America, as well as SHL Medical. Read on in order to learn more!


Aerofoam is investing $11.5 million in order to establish US headquarters in Right to Work Abbeville, South Carolina, creating 50 new jobs!

“Companies like Aerofoam USA are attracted to our state for our assets, a winning workforce, business-friendly environment, strategic East Coast location and much more. We are excited Aerofoam USA chose Abbeville County to establish its first U.S. location and look forward to the company’s positive impact within the local community and beyond.”


Kuntai America:

Kuntai is investing $1.5 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Orangeburg, South Carolina. As a result, this will create 41 new jobs!

“Kuntai (North Charleston) Limited Corporation is excited to open its new floor mats factory in Orangeburg, South Carolina. We chose South Carolina as our new facility location because of the business-friendly environment, its skilled workforce and proximity to our customers. We look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship and will definitely consider South Carolina for all future projects.” […]

“Kuntai’s decision to establish new operations in South Carolina is a testament to our world-class workforce. We are excited for these job opportunities in Orangeburg County and look forward to a strong partnership with Kuntai for many years to come.”


SHL Medical:

SHL Medical is investing $90 million in order to establish operations in Right to Work North Charleston, South Carolina. This will create 165 new jobs!

“I am delighted to announce SHL’s expansion into South Carolina. Our new U.S. site in North Charleston will be a state-of-the-art facility that will support our customers further with our end-to-end capabilities, providing high-quality drug delivery systems to the end users, patients around the world.” […]

“We are excited to see South Carolina’s life sciences industry continue to expand as we add SHL Medical to the list of companies operating within our state. More and more international medical companies are deciding to locate in South Carolina because of our business-friendly environment and talented workforce. We congratulate SHL Medical and look forward to a strong partnership for many years to come.” […]

“We applaud SHL Medical for choosing the Charleston region to expand its U.S. operations. SHL Medical will bring the innovation and sustainability to Charleston County that they are known for internationally, as well as highly skilled jobs, further advancing our competitiveness in life sciences.”


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