Various Investments Are Happening in Right to Work South Carolina

The Ritedose Corporation, Pomega Energy Storage Technologies, and STIWA US. These three companies have one single thing in common – and it’s that they are all investing in Right to Work South Carolina’s economy! As a result, they will create hundreds of new jobs. Read on in order to find out more.

The Ritedose Corporation:

The Ritedose Corporation is investing $81 million in order to expand and create 94 new jobs in Right to Work Richland County, South Carolina.

“This initial phase of the expansion project will allow The Ritedose Corporation to continue to deliver over 1 billion doses of respiratory maintenance drugs to the U.S. population, while providing the runway for multiple drugs in various stages of development to be commercialized in the coming years.” […]

“The Ritedose Corporation, a homegrown pharmaceutical leader whose expansion signals the strength of our state’s growing life sciences industry. This investment also expands STEM career pathways for all South Carolinians, nurturing the highly skilled workforce within our state. We’re proud of the continued success of yet another South Carolina-based company.”


Pomega Energy Storage Technologies:

Pomega Energy Storage Technologies is investing $279 million in order to add a new location and 575 new jobs in Right to Work Colleton County, South Carolina.

“South Carolina is proud to welcome Pomega Energy Storage Technologies to Colleton County. […] Our state is committed to growing its innovative, high-tech and advanced manufacturing footprint, as our people and existing supplier network consistently produce world-class products. The lithium-ion battery cells and BESS products produced by Pomega Energy Storage Technologies have the potential to change the energy industry around the country, and South Carolina is proud to play a role.” […]

“SouthernCarolina Alliance congratulates Pomega Energy Storage Technologies on choosing Colleton County for their manufacturing location, and we congratulate Colleton County on the announcement of 575 new jobs. We appreciate Pomega Energy Storage Technologies’ commitment to our workforce and our communities, and we look forward to supporting their operations and success.”



STIWA US is investing $30 million in order to relocate, expand, and create 48 new jobs in Right to Work Rock Hill, South Carolina.

“STIWA US, Inc. has been in the greater Charlotte area since 2016. We are excited that with our future new North American headquarters in Rock Hill we will be able to lift our abilities and services to a new level. The site and the city of Rock Hill also offer us enough opportunities to continue on our planned path to grow and to be able to supply our North American customers with excellent products in automation and parts manufacturing.” […]

“More and more, international companies are discovering that South Carolina provides the pro-business climate where they can find ongoing success. Congratulations to STIWA US, Inc. for their continued growth in South Carolina, and our state proudly welcomes the international manufacturer’s new North American headquarters to York County.”


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