What’s New in Right to Work South Carolina’s Economy?

The most recent investments in Right to Work South Carolina are coming from Samuel Packaging and Greenidge Generation Holding, as well as Kostwein. Altogether, these three companies will invest a total of $284 million. They will also create lots of new jobs. So this is exciting news!

Read on in order to learn more.

Samuel Packaging:

Samuel Packaging is investing $11.5 million in order to expand in Right to Work Fort Mill, South Carolina. This will also create 90 new jobs!

“Samuel arrived in York County in 1996 with two production lines and 25 new jobs. With the support of York County, we have grown to four production lines and over 90 jobs, and additional jobs when the fifth line arrives. Samuel is a global provider of plastic strapping and invests where we have success. The support of York County is a great example of a partnership that creates success.” […]

“When an existing company in South Carolina expands, it further solidifies our state’s reputation of having a superior business climate. Today, we celebrate Samuel Packaging Systems Group’s growth in York County, and we look forward to their success for many years to come.”


Greenidge Generation Holding:

Greenidge Generation Holding is investing $264 million toward a new location in Right to Work Spartanburg, South Carolina. This will also create 40 new jobs!

“We are extremely excited to announce our commitment to expand our business to Spartanburg, and we’re grateful for the welcome and support we have received from the state and our local community. This is a significant step in Greenidge’s strategy to build upon our unique expertise at new locations across the country. This site is ideal, with an energy mix that is more than 60% carbon-free, opportunities for additional growth and a business-friendly climate. We’re excited to hire great, local talent immediately and support nearby businesses as we grow our company here in South Carolina.” […]

“To remain globally competitive, it’s imperative to embrace disruptive change and emerging technologies. Today’s announcement by Greenidge Generation is proof that South Carolina has the cutting-edge business environment and talent in place to attract new and innovative industries.”



Kostwein is investing $8.5 million in order to establish operations in Right to Work Greenville, South Carolina. This will create 95 new jobs!

“Kostwein is a family company with a 100-year history acting in the build-to-print business. We are proud that our customers are world market leaders in the different fields of machine production. Our headquarters is in Austria, and we have production facilities in Croatia and India – totaling 1,200 employees in the group. We are glad to announce that we are growing our global production footprint with the manufacturing facility in Greenville County.” […]

“South Carolina’s positive business climate and excellent workforce continue to attract businesses from all around the world. Congratulations to Kostwein on their new operations, and we welcome them to Greenville County and South Carolina.” […]

“An international company, bringing high-tech solutions that enhance South Carolina’s existing manufacturing community is the type of economic growth that will sustain our momentum amid the rapid digitization of global business. Kostwein’s decision to launch its first U.S. facility within our region is an endorsement for the business environment, workforce and success companies find in the Upstate.”


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