Right to Work South Carolina Welcomes Business Investments!

Right to Work South Carolina’s economy is always on the rise, and these new investments are proof of that! Two companies are establishing new locations soon within the state. These are Impresa Building Systems and HYDERA. Meanwhile, two more companies are working on expansions. These are Solvay and Premium Peanut.

Each one of these will be a great addition to the economy, investing in the area and also creating new jobs for people. So this is great news!

Read on to find out more about each individual investment.

Impresa Building Systems:

Impresa Building Systems is adding a new location in Right to Work Greenwood, South Carolina with a $9 million investment. This will also create 180 new jobs!

“We are so excited to locate our flagship factory in Greenwood. The facility will be a combination of process proven off-site modular construction practices with today’s cutting-edge methods to be an industry leader. As always, workforce is key, and we are driving to assemble top talent in all disciplines.” […]

“South Carolina continues to build on its success in the manufacturing sector, and Impresa Building Systems of Greenwood SC, LLC establishing operations in the Palmetto State provides another boost. We congratulate the company and Greenwood County on today’s announcement and look forward to watching them succeed within our borders.”



Solvay has officially completed its expansion in Right to Work Greenville County. So this will mean 30 new jobs for the area!

“South Carolina has a rich history in the chemical production sector, and today’s announcement by Solvay shows that this industry continues to flourish in the Palmetto State. We congratulate Solvay on this expansion and thank them for their commitment to South Carolina.” […]

“We’re pleased that Solvay is once again expanding operations in Greenville County. Solvay is a leader in our business community and a world-class manufacturer, and we appreciate their investment here. Their decision is an important affirmation of our continued focus on advanced manufacturing and on supporting existing industry.” 



HYDERA is investing $15 million in order to establish operations in Right to Work Berkeley County, South Carolina. So this will help further the economy!

“Berkeley County has proven to be a great place to invest, attract talent and grow our site. Along with our partner OURAY, we are excited to be starting up this new company, HYDERA, to serve the growing needs of the bulk liquids market in the Charleston region.” […]

“HYDERA bringing new jobs to Berkeley County is a big win for Team South Carolina and reiterates the diverse business community our state has cultivated. We thank HYDERA for their commitment and look forward to watching them grow and succeed here.” […]

“SC Ports congratulates HYDERA on this investment. This new facility enhances services for specialty cargo, which is important to many major port customers and employers in the region. It is encouraging to see the logistics service industry expand alongside SC Ports’ continued growth.”  


Premium Peanut:

Premium Peanut is expanding soon in Right to Work Orangeburg County, South Carolina. This will create 130 new jobs as a result.

“Premium Peanut is proud of the value we have been able to create for over 400 grower-owners, in addition to providing quality products to customers around the world.” […]

“SC Ports celebrates the announcement of Premium Peanut’s processing facility in Orangeburg County. This investment provides new opportunities for South Carolina peanut producers to access international markets through the Port of Charleston. SC Ports is proud to connect South Carolina farmers to the global marketplace and further support agriculture export growth in the Southeast with our efficient operations.” […]

“We are delighted that Premium Peanut has decided to sow new roots in a historic agricultural powerhouse like Orangeburg County. The company’s investment is an exciting opportunity for it to grow its fruitful shelling operation, and it provides our local workforce the prospect of being part of something that’s fresh for the community and at the top of its game in its industry.”


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