South Carolina Right to work Law Benefits the Economy

Lots of companies are investing in Right to Work South Carolina, so we’ve pulled together a few of the most recent ones. These include Symrise Pet Food and Kelley Engineering, as well as Argo AI and Fuyao Glass America.

Read on in order to learn more about each individual investment!

Symrise Pet Food:

Symrise Pet Food is investing $65.5 million in order to add North American headquarters in Right to Work Hodges, South Carolina. This will also create 65 new jobs.

“This expansion is a key step for Symrise Pet Food’s North American business. We appreciate the support we have received making our project a reality in Hodges and look forward to continuing our partnership within Greenwood County. As the pet food industry keeps growing, we are committed to supporting our customers’ needs and are always looking for ways to reach out for new opportunities.” […]

“Today’s announcement by Symrise Pet Food to invest $65.5 million and create 65 new jobs in South Carolina will add to our recent record-breaking economic success. We applaud Symrise Pet Food for their commitment to our state and for creating jobs for our people.”


Kelley Engineering:

Kelley Engineering is investing $6 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Pelzer, South Carolina. As a result, this will create 80 new jobs!

“We are excited about this next chapter for Kelley Engineering. […] It is easy to buy a building and equipment, but the people you hire are what make a company great. Our company culture of hiring good people and promoting within has really made us stand out and be successful in this competitive market. We are looking forward to providing many more good-paying jobs as we continue to grow.” […]

“South Carolina’s advanced manufacturing industry continues to thrive, and today’s announcement by Kelley Engineering is a testament to that. By expanding its already significant operations in Anderson County, Kelley Engineering is making a statement that South Carolina, with our pro-business environment and world-class workforce, is the ideal location for companies.”


Argo AI:

Argo AI is investing $2.6 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Greenville County, South Carolina, creating 40 new jobs.

“As Argo AI advances towards commercial operations across the U.S. and Germany, we are developing the Argo Autonomy Platform for safe operations in cities, suburbs and the highways that connect them. We look forward to bringing our highway-speed closed-course testing to Greenville County.” […]

“Automation is the future in the automotive industry, and companies like Argo AI are trailblazers in their field. We are excited to welcome a cutting-edge company like Argo AI to South Carolina. We know they’ll do great things here and beyond.”


Fuyao Glass America:

Fuyao Glass America is investing $34.5 million in order to expand in Right to Work Fountain Inn, South Carolina, creating 121 new jobs!

“It is truly a testament to our world-class workforce that Fuyao Glass America Inc. has chosen to expand in Greenville County and create 121 new jobs. Their continued investment in our state and our workforce are reasons to celebrate. We are proud that a company like Fuyao Glass America Inc. calls South Carolina home.” […]

“As a globally respected business focused on innovation, product excellence and customer service, Fuyao Glass America Inc. has been an excellent corporate citizen of Greenville County. Fuyao is a key member of our automotive manufacturing ecosystem, and we congratulate them on their exciting expansion.”


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