On August 14th, a groundbreaking ceremony was held for a 100,000 sq ft speculative building being built in the Marion County Industrial Park, something desperately needed if we ever hope to attract new industry. Economic development is extremely competitive, and without suitable buildings required by today's manufacturers, we're
COLUMBIA, S.C. – DMA Holdings, Inc. (DMA), an established supplier to the North American automotive parts aftermarket, is locating new operations in Marion County. With a $4.7 million investment, the company is projected to create 34 new jobs.
Founded in 2008, DMA serves as the North American sales and distribution arm
Governor Henry McMaster and other dignitaries were on hand at the Harbor Freight Tools groundbreaking ceremony held today to celebrate the additional 1 million sq. ft. expansion that will add another 500 new jobs at the company's east coast distribution facility in Dillon. This makes HFT's third expansion since locating
The Vice President of Marketing for RJ Corman said they are right on schedule and plan on having their trains run down the tracks in March.
The company bought the tracks, which run through Horry County, from Carolina Southern and has been working to get them operational ever since.
Green Fence Recycling Corporation, a startup recycling firm, is establishing operations in Marion County. The company is investing $2.5 million in the facility, creating 40 new jobs in Mullins, S.C. over the next five years.
Established in 2014, Green Fence Recycling offers sorting, shredding and cleaning services for the recyclable plastics industry.
SOPAKCO, a world-leader in the design, processing and packaging of processed foods, is expanding its Marion County operations. The company is investing $4.5 million to install a new fitment pouch line at its headquarters in Mullins, S.C. The investment is expected to create 56 new jobs.
Founded in 1943 in Greenville, Tenn.,
Precision Southeast, Inc., a manufacturer of injection molded plastic parts, is expanding its operations in eastern South Carolina. Headquartered in Myrtle Beach, the company is investing $16.6 million to expand its Marion County manufacturing operations, creating an expected 140 new jobs there over the next five years. This expansion complements recent growth
A processor and convertor of wine and beer waste into fuel-grade ethanol and livestock feed is establishing operations in Marion County. Quality Farms is investing $1.9 million resulting in the creation of 27 new jobs in Mullins, S.C.
Founded in 2011 in Dayton, Ohio, Quality Farms was established to provide beer, wine
SAILC continues to garnish momentum with Marion County’s recently formed collaboration with Florence and Dillon Counties. This unrivaled 3,000 acre site boarded by 2½miles of CSX Railroad frontage was master planned by the world renowned firm of CH2MHILL. Currently the property is undergoing the site certification process
SOPAKCO, a world leader in the design, production and packaging of shelf-stable, ready-to-serve foods, is expanding its Marion County operations. The company plans to invest $3.4 million to produce a new product line and create more than 120 new, full-time jobs.
The company’s experience in processed foods began more than 60
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