Right to Work South Carolina’s Most Recent Endeavors

South Carolina does well economically as a result of its Right to Work laws. In fact, many companies are expanding within the state. Some of the most recent business investments in Right to Work South Carolina are coming from Schattdecor and Health Supply, as well as from Sorinex Exercise Equipment and Robert Thomas Iron Design.

Read on in order to learn more about each of these investments!


Schattdecor is investing $21 million in order to expand in Right to Work Lexington, South Carolina – another step toward a growing economy!

“Schattdecor is proud to announce the expansion at our Lexington facility as we grow to meet global demand. The positive manufacturing environment in South Carolina motivated Schattdecor to focus our development efforts in North America toward Lexington. We are excited to be part of this community and look forward to a long future of further investment and cooperation.” […]

“When an international company like Schattdecor expands in our state, it is yet another testament that South Carolina has the business-friendly environment and talented workforce where companies can succeed. Congratulations to Schattdecor on their $21 million investment that will create 23 new jobs in Lexington County.”


Health Supply:

Health Supply is investing $150 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Greenville, South Carolina, creating 600 new jobs!

“South Carolina’s life sciences sector continues to grow at a rapid pace, amplified by today’s announcement that Health Supply US is investing $150 million and creating 600 new jobs in the Greenville County community. Not just a win for South Carolina, Health Supply US’ new Glove One operation is a win for the medical supply chain across all of the U.S. We look forward to a strong partnership with Health Supply US for many years to come.” […]

“Health Supply US produces and delivers essential safety and medical supplies to frontline workers, our military and those who need them most. Greenville County is excited to welcome the organization as they establish this significant manufacturing facility here, and we wish them long-lasting success.”


Sorinex Exercise Equipment:

Sorinex Exercise Equipment is investing $7 million in order to expand in Right to Work Lexington, South Carolina. This will also create 35 new jobs!

“Lexington County has been home to Sorinex Exercise Equipment, Inc. and many of our employees for years. We look forward to continuing our expansion, growth and investments in the county that we work and live in. We’re proud to have the opportunity to build the most innovative weight equipment in the world right here in Lexington, S.C.” […]

“It is great to see family-owned businesses like Sorinex Exercise Equipment, Inc. expand in South Carolina. We congratulate them on their continued growth, and we look forward to the positive impact they’ll continue to make in Lexington County and beyond.” […]

“Sorinex Exercise Equipment, Inc. is an expert at building strong bodies. With today’s investment, the company is also helping build a stronger community. We look forward to seeing the growth at Sorinex Exercise Equipment, Inc. and among the people who will be part of the company’s future.”


Robert Thomas Iron Design:

Robert Thomas Iron Design is investing $2.9 million toward expansion in Right to Work North Charleston, South Carolina, creating 45 jobs!

“Congratulations to Robert Thomas Iron Design, LLC on expanding in Charleston County. It’s particularly exciting to announce the growth of a modern blacksmithing company such as Robert Thomas Iron Design, LLC. We look forward to seeing how the company continues to inspire modern craftsmanship in Charleston County and across South Carolina.”


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