What’s in Store For Right to Work South Carolina?

Businesses continue to invest in the state of South Carolina as a result of the benefits that the Right to Work state provides. Great examples of this come from Motor City Racks and EPC Power, as well as Atkore. Read on in order to learn more about what these business investments will mean for the state!

Motor City Racks:

Motor City Racks is investing $26 million in order to establish operations and create 88 new jobs in Right to Work Laurens, South Carolina.

“The executive management team of Motor City Racks, consisting of Johan and Ben Enns, is extremely excited for new operations in Laurens. The last nine years in South Carolina have been an incredible journey for Motor City Racks, and it would not have been possible without our outstanding South Carolina workforce. During our expansion initiatives, we plan to execute effectively while continuing to leverage our 20 years of experience in custom weld fabrication, our strong ties to the South Carolina automotive industry and our relationship with the South Carolina Department of Commerce. We plan to create many long-term, well-paying jobs; invest substantial capital; and grow our operations.” […]

“South Carolina leads the nation in the export sales of completed passenger vehicles and tires, and companies like Motor City Racks contribute to that impressive accomplishment. By establishing their newest operation in Laurens County, the company is making a statement that South Carolina has the environment where businesses can grow and thrive.”


EPC Power:

EPC Power is investing $5 million in order to establish operations in Right to Work Mauldin, South Carolina and create 150 new jobs.

“EPC Power is very excited to expand our operations in Greenville County. The skilled workforce and excellent supplier base will enable EPC Power to supply American-made inverters for use domestically and around the world.” […]

“EPC Power’s announcement reflects the rapid growth of the smart energy sector and shows that cutting-edge companies recognize the benefits of doing business in South Carolina. […] We are proud to welcome EPC Power’s first East Coast operation to Greenville County.” […]

“EPC Power has a global reputation and proven track record for product innovation and service excellence with customers and is well positioned to support America’s transition to increased use of renewable energy. […] Greenville County welcomes EPC Power to our community as we work together to expand energy independence for a cleaner, more secure future.”



Atkore is investing $7.7 million in order to expand in Right to Work Allendale, South Carolina. This will also create 16 new jobs!

“We’re proud of the investment to expand our recently acquired facility in Allendale. The addition of HDPE manufacturing lines will help support our company’s growth, better serve our customers and enable new opportunities for those who want to join the Atkore team.” […]

“Today’s expansion announcement by Atkore showcases South Carolina’s commitment to our state’s existing companies and our rural communities. We are proud of the success Atkore has found in Allendale County, and we look forward to the significant impact the company will continue to make in South Carolina and around the world for years to come.”


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