Right to Work South Carolina Experiences Economic Growth and New Jobs

South Carolina is seeing a lot of economic development right now. Many of its current businesses are planning expansions in the same state, including Nova Molecular Technologies and Continental Tire. Others like Brewer Renewables and Dockside Logistics also see the benefits that South Carolina has to offer. So, they’re joining the state and providing new jobs in their chosen locations.

The investments of all of these businesses both old and new will amount to a total of $128.4 million. So things are looking up for South Carolina’s economy.

Nova Molecular Technologies

Nova Molecular Technologies:

“While we work every day to bring new companies to South Carolina, it is always exciting to see one of our existing businesses expand. We celebrate Nova’s $14.9 million investment in Sumter and the 25 new jobs the company will create.” 

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Brewer Renewables:

“[Brewer Renewables is] excited to contribute to making Orangeburg County the solar capital of South Carolina. We look forward to continuing to […] promote additional economic development in the area and to being a long-term member of the community.” 

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Dockside Logistics:

“Congratulations to Dockside Logistics on establishing their new facility in Dorchester County. SC Ports offers customers reliable and efficient operations, and having quality logistics service providers, such as Dockside Logistics, is crucial to a fluid supply chain in South Carolina.”

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Continental Tire:

“We celebrate Continental’s decision to invest $20 million into Lancaster County. Existing businesses like Continental continue to invest in South Carolina, and that shows the strength of our business-friendly climate and strong workforce. Announcements like today’s indicate we’re on the right track with our economic development efforts.”

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