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The InterTech Group is bringing an aerospace manufacturer and about 350 jobs to North Charleston, the company announced this morning.
TIGHitco, pronounced T-I-G-hit-co, a subsidiary of InterTech, will invest between $30 million and $40 million in North Charleston for a roughly 300,000-square-foot facility.
“The Southeast is becoming a major hub for the aerospace industry,” said Jonathan Zucker, president of InterTech. “And by opening a facility in South Carolina, we will have the ability to provide better service to our customers.”
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