What Companies are Investing in Right to Work South Carolina?

Four companies are investing in Right to Work South Carolina. These include Studio Displays, Basware, On Time Distribution, and T-Mobile.

Basware and T-Mobile already call South Carolina home, but they will now be expanding thanks to all the state’s economic benefits! Meanwhile, Studio Displays will be adding a new location in Indian Land, and On Time Distribution is adding a new facility in Manning. Altogether, these four companies will create 673 new jobs in the state. So these will be great economic additions!

In this article, we’ve included quotes about the investments. Keep reading to see them all!


“Basware is pleased to extend our partnership with Lancaster County at our Indian Land, S.C. location for an additional term. Our commitment to the region and the growth potential in this location are some of the many reasons we’ve chosen to remain in South Carolina. The ability to attract talent from both the Charlotte Metro and South Carolina regions is key to our success as we look toward the future expansion potential for Basware.”


Studio Displays:

“Studio Display’s decision to establish operations in South Carolina is proof that our pro-business climate attracts companies nationwide. We look forward to them finding success in South Carolina and becoming a staple of the Lancaster County community for years to come.” […]

“It’s another golden day in Lancaster County as we welcome Studio Displays, Inc. to our community! We couldn’t be more excited to have this strong, high-energy, well-respected and family-owned manufacturer expand to Indian Land. For over 40 years, Studio Displays, Inc. has been making exceptional exhibit space that brings to life businesses and history. Their fine tradition continues now in Lancaster County.”  


On Time Distribution:

“On Time Distribution, LLC’s announcement in Clarendon County is right on time. Primed for new and expanding industry opportunities with a highly capable workforce and supportive development network, the company has selected a standout location to grow. We look forward to seeing activities kickoff in the coming months, and celebrate today’s win for On Time Distribution and our friends in Clarendon County.” 


T-Mobile US:

“When globally recognized brands like T-Mobile are able to operate in South Carolina and find success, it shows that the Palmetto State is open for business. T-Mobile’s commitment to South Carolina with this latest investment will have an impact in Charleston County and the entire state for years to come.”


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