Right to Work South Carolina Welcomes Various Investments

Right to Work South Carolina Economic Update

Businesses chooser South Carolina over and over again as a result of its Right to Work laws. Some businesses expanding within the state include BorgWarner and Scout Boats. Meanwhile, other companies such as SEM Wafertech and Solar4America and FN America are adding new locations.

Read on in order to learn more about the incredible benefits these investments will have on the economy!


BorgWarner is investing $42.7 million in order to expand and create 122 new jobs in Right to Work Oconee County, South Carolina!

”BorgWarner is pleased to continue to invest in South Carolina and Oconee County, creating more jobs in the community while expanding our manufacturing and production footprint to support exciting new technologies. We appreciate the collaboration of the state and county in this exciting venture.” […]

“South Carolina has the aptitude not only to attract world-class companies, but also to provide opportunities for businesses to thrive. We are excited that BorgWarner continues to expand its existing operations in Oconee County, and we celebrate our long-standing partnership.”


Scout Boats:

Scout Boats is expanding soon in Right to Work Summerville, South Carolina with a $10 million investment.

“We have a long-standing partnership with Scout Boats and are proud to see its continued growth in Dorchester County. This expansion underscores not only the strength of South Carolina’s growing boat manufacturing sector but speaks to the ability of our workforce to produce luxury products that are available worldwide.”


SEM Wafertech and Solar4America:

SEM Wafertech and Solar4America are adding a new location in Right to Work Sumter County, South Carolina with $65.9 million. They will also create 300 new jobs!

“We plan to bring the highest-quality domestically produced solar wafers and modules to market, enhancing our nation’s manufacturing capabilities with a long-term investment that will create good paying jobs for South Carolina.” […]

“We are pleased that SEM Wafertech and Solar4America decided to establish in South Carolina. […] Sumter County is well-equipped to support global solar companies because of its world-class environment. Congratulations, and we welcome them to the state.”


FN America:

FN America is investing $33 million in order to add a new location and create 176 new jobs in Right to Work Pickens County, South Carolina.

“FN America has experienced significant growth over the last several years and demand for our products continues to increase in all market segments that we serve. Our new facility in Liberty, South Carolina will allow us to expand our manufacturing capabilities and grow our highly skilled workforce to meet that new demand. We are proud to partner with Pickens County and the state of South Carolina on this expansion.” […]

“When an existing employer chooses to expand within your state, their decision serves as an endorsement of the business environment and available talent. We’re proud to welcome FN America to the Upstate and look forward to their growth in Pickens County.”


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