Nissin Foods, inventors of the first instant ramen noodle, will invest $228M to establish manufacturing operations in Greenville County, SC.
Honor LSV invested $34.2M in Berkeley County; Leidos will invest $34.2M in Charleston County. Plus, HQ projects bring over $13M to The Palmetto State.
Also, Erchonia will relocate its corporate headquarters to Greenville County, SC, investing $6.7M and creating more than 50 jobs.
The GE Appliances investment will create 45 new jobs over the next five years and is expected to be complete by the first quarter of 2024.
Four companies in a range of industries will invest a total of more than $76 million to grow in counties across South Carolina.
Nucor Corporation is expanding and creating 50 new jobs in Berkeley County, Responsive Industries will grow in Greenville County, creating 10 jobs.
Greif will invest $13 million over the next five years to expand in Greenville County; Aerofoam USA is establishing a $11.5 million operation in Abbeville County.
Medical supply manufacturer Health Supply US will invest more than $150 million to establish a nitrile glove operation in Greenville, SC.
Customer service specialist Transcom will begin expanding its operations to the North American market with new office space in Greenville County, SC.
The faucets and fittings manufacturer will expand its global headquarters in Greenville County, SC, creating 22 new jobs.
The agricultural machinery company will create 44 jobs in Greenville County, SC over the next five years.
The concrete manufacturing company will expand its Greenville, SC operations, creating 100 new jobs.
RMF is expanding its current operations by building a second facility in Greenville County's Matrix Business and Technology Park.
JTEKT North America is investing $1.75 million to establish North American headquarters at Clemson University's International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) in Greenville County, SC.
The $11.5 million investment will generate at least 149 new jobs.