China Jushi Creating 400 Jobs In South Carolina

China Jushi, a global manufacturer and promoter of fiberglass products, is establishing its first U.S. fiberglass manufacturing operations with an 80,000-ton production line in Richland County, SC. The first phase of the project is expected to bring $300 million in capital investment and create 400 new jobs.

China Jushi fiberglass manufacturing
Woven roving production line at the Jushi plant. (Source:

“The Jushi USA project is a big move for the strategic development of China Jushi,” said China Jushi CEO Zhang Yuqiang. “As the leading fiberglass manufacturer in the world, China Jushi will constantly provide top-grade products and excellent customer service for the global market. With the dynamic development of the American composite global market, plus the great support from South Carolina state government and Richland County, we believe that this USA project will achieve great success. Also, we always welcome talented people to join Jushi USA and witness the growth of Jushi in the American fiberglass industry.” 

Headquartered in Zhejiang, China, China Jushi is a leading supplier of fiberglass reinforcements and fabrics to the reinforced plastics industry worldwide. With more than 20 years of experience in the U.S. market, Jushi already has a strong brand influence in American markets. The new production line is designed to supplement the growing composite material industry in the United States.

China Jushi fiberglass manufacturing
Jushi USA is headquartered in Irwindale, CA. (Source:

Located in Pineview Industrial Park in Columbia, SC, the company expects to begin construction on the new facility in the fourth quarter of 2016 and complete the installation within two years.

“South Carolina’s workforce has proven to the world that we can build planes, cars, tires and carbon fiber, and now because of China Jushi’s investment in Richland County, we are going to be making fiberglass products for one of the biggest companies in the market,” said Gov. Nikki Haley. “This investment, which means 400 new jobs for South Carolinians, is a huge win for our state, and we couldn’t be more excited to prove to this fantastic company that its first U.S. fiberglass manufacturing facility is in great hands in Richland County.”

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