Right to Work South Carolina Welcomes Many New Businesses!

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Right to Work South Carolina is seeing an influx of new businesses. These include E & J Gallo Winery, Materials Research Group, Frauenthal Gnotec, and Gissing North America. Frauenthal Gnotec and Gissing North America are both locating to Fountain Inn. Meanwhile, E & J Gallow Winery will be in Chester County, and Materials Research Group will be in Beaufort. Altogether, these new businesses will create 721 new jobs for South Carolina. So this is great news for the economy!

Read on to find out more about each investment.

E & J Gallo Winery:

E & J Gallo Winery is investing $423 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Chester County, South Carolina. This will also create 496 new jobs!

“Gallo’s $423 million investment and the 496 new jobs in Chester County will transform the region. We take pride in our state’s business-friendly environment. We welcome Gallo to our roster of world-class companies within our borders.” […]

“This location, coupled with the region’s tremendous transportation infrastructure and South Carolina’s pro-business climate, creates a truly compelling opportunity for a company’s sustainable growth.” 


Materials Research Group:

Materials Research Group is investing $3.1 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Beaufort, South Carolina. This will also create 27 new jobs!

“Materials Research Group is excited about our growth and our move into Beaufort. The support from the local area and the state has been excellent. We look forward to getting our operation up and running and becoming part of the Beaufort community.” […]

“Our state’s workforce has proven that it’s one of the best in the world, and that’s why we know a company like Materials Research Group will succeed here. When a company chooses to call South Carolina home, we commit to having their back every step of the way, and we’re excited to see what the future has in store for this company.” […]

“South Carolina continues to build on its success in the manufacturing sector, and Materials Research Group’s decision to invest in our state will provide another boost. We congratulate this company on this announcement, and we look forward to watching them flourish for years to come.” 


Frauenthal Gnotec:

Frauenthal Gnotec is investing $8.2 million toward a new location in Right to Work Fountain Inn, South Carolina. This will also create 82 new jobs!

“We are really pleased with our new facility located in Lauren County. The new facility significantly increases our production capacity and improves the overall flow of our production processes. The expansion is fueled by the continued growth we have had in recent years. It will create a wide variety of interesting jobs.” […]

“Laurens County continues to be a great place for foreign direct investment, and we would like to welcome Gnotec to our manufacturing community. We are […] continuing to grow our manufacturing and industry base which already makes up over 54% of our county wages. We look forward to Gnotec helping us expand those numbers and working with their great company to help them grow in Laurens County.”


Gissing North America:

Gissing North America is adding a new location soon in Right to Work Fountain Inn, South Carolina with an $18.7 million investment. This will also create 116 new jobs!

Gissing is excited to have chosen Greenville County as its new home to expand its operations. […] We have chosen South Carolina, in general, and Greenville County, specifically, due to the infrastructure, economic environment and quality of life it offers our future associates. Gissing has an ‘affinity for mobility,’ and we are excited to bring it to Greenville County.” […]

“As a leading provider of acoustic systems for the automotive industry, Gissing North America LLC brings excellent jobs and significant capital investment to Greenville and is a perfect complement to the Upstate’s booming automotive industry. Gissing North America LLC will help Greenville County accelerate economic growth and build on our reputation as a world-class mobility and advanced manufacturing community, and we welcome them.”


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