Right to Work South Carolina An Economic Powerhouse
South Carolina has a strong economy as a result of its Right to Work laws. And we have four of the most recent business investments to prove it. Companies investing in the state include Hemingway Sewing Solutions and ACI Plastics, as well as US Strapping Company and CurTec. Altogether, these companies will invest a total of $54.9 million toward the economy. So this is great news!
Read on in order to learn more about each investment.
Hemingway Sewing Solutions:
Hemingway Sewing Solutions is investing $3.3 million toward a new location in Right to Work Williamsburg County, South Carolina. This will also 242 new jobs!
“We are excited to become a part of Williamsburg County! Our investment in Hemingway Sewing Solutions is extremely important as more products are reshored to the USA. Made in the USA is the best way to guarantee quality and delivery of textile products.” […]
“When a company like Hemingway Sewing Solutions moves to our state and creates 242 new jobs in one of our rural communities, it shows the world that all of South Carolina is open for business. We congratulate Hemingway Sewing Solutions on their new operations in Williamsburg County and look forward to their success.”
ACI Plastics is investing $4 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Liberty, South Carolina. This will also create 21 new jobs!
“South Carolina’s robust recycling industry has an annual economic impact of more than $13 billion on our economy, and, today, we celebrate the latest addition to that thriving sector. I offer my congratulations to ACI Plastics South and look forward to the positive impact they will make in Pickens County and beyond.”
US Strapping Company is investing $34.6 million in order to expand in Right to Work Lancaster, South Carolina. This will also create 63 new jobs!
“When an existing company in South Carolina grows, it proves we have the business environment and workforce for companies to find sustained success. Congratulations on today’s expansion announcement by FROMM Group and their US Strapping Company, Inc. division in Lancaster County, and we look forward to working with them for many more years.”
CurTec is investing $13 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Oconee County, South Carolina, creating 32 new jobs!
“By starting manufacturing in the U.S., CurTec is taking the next step in strengthening our market position, increasing our service level to new and existing customers and decreasing the carbon footprint of our operations. We are excited with the opportunities that Oconee County presents with a talented workforce, a strong commitment to technical education and wonderful location with recreation opportunities providing a rich quality of life. We look forward to becoming a partner and sought-after employer in the community.” […]
“Congratulations to CurTec on their first U.S. manufacturing operations in Oconee County. This $13 million investment and 32 new jobs are an added boost to the area, and we are excited for a strong business partnership with this great company.”