What Companies are Investing in Right to Work South Carolina?

Three companies that are investing in South Carolina include Fibertex Nonwovens, Google, and Tyson Foods. This big name brands will bring new economic opportunities to this Right to Work state. In fact, Google plans to make a $500 million capital investment in Berkeley County. Meanwhile, Tyson Foods will be creating 330 new jobs in Columbia with a $55 million investment. In addition, Fibertex’s expansion in Gray Court will create 39 new jobs.

So this is great news! Read on to find out more about each individual investment!

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Fibertex Nonwovens:

“We are proud to celebrate the expansion of yet another South Carolina company. Fibertex’s decision to further its commitment to Laurens County is proof that South Carolina’s economic development strategy is working, and we look forward to continued success for this great company.” […]

“Laurens County continues to be a place where business thrives, especially international businesses such as Fibertex. We are excited about their continued growth in Laurens County and the opportunities they are creating for our citizens. We look forward to continuing our already great relationship with their fine company.”

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“Google has been proud to call Berkeley County home for more than a decade. Our additional investment of $500 million in the state brings our total South Carolina investment to $2.9 billion. We look forward to continuing to make an impact.” […]

“When a company like Google not only decides to locate in South Carolina, but also builds upon that, it sends a message to the entire world that the Palmetto State is open for business. The commitment that this $500 million investment represents is extremely important to our state, and we could not be more excited for Google and what the future has in store for them.”

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Tyson Foods:

“When a company decides to invest in South Carolina, it speaks volumes about our business environment and workforce. I am excited to see what the future has in store for Tyson Foods and their revamped operations in Richland County.”


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