South Carolina Department of Commerce
Omron Automation, a global leader in industrial automation technology, will soon establish its presence in South Carolina.
Manufacturing companies Nova Molecular Technologies and Flame Spray North America are expanding their footprint in the Palmetto State.
Capital Concrete Co. will invest $8.25 million to construct a facility in Fairfield County, South Carolina.
TMC Transportation has a 25-year history in South Carolina, and plans to invest $38 million to expand its regional headquarters in the state.
Nissin Foods, inventors of the first instant ramen noodle, will invest $228M to establish manufacturing operations in Greenville County, SC.
Keurig Dr Pepper (KDP) will create an estimated 250 new jobs in Spartanburg County, South Carolina by 2027.
West Fraser will expand its Newberry County, South Carolina, sawmill for the third time in a decade — bringing 30 new jobs to the region.
Italy-based manufacturer Zilmet will invest $32.7 million and create approximately 50 new jobs in Georgetown County, South Carolina.
Xerxes will create about 80 jobs in Richland County, Meyn America will create 25 jobs in Oconee County, and South Atlantic Canners will create 15 jobs in Lee County, SC.
The new Sumter County facility will create 300 jobs, help meet the need for locally sourced solar wafers as the demand for solar power continues to grow in the U.S.
The Palmetto State attracted record-breaking investment in 2022, and the EV sector is a significant contributor.
Three advanced manufacturing projects will create a total of more than 700 jobs in Spartanburg, Chester and Richland counties in South Carolina.
Also, Erchonia will relocate its corporate headquarters to Greenville County, SC, investing $6.7M and creating more than 50 jobs.
The 2022 Deal of the Year Impact Awards recognize project investments that will have significant impact in their new or expanded locations, focusing on a specific aspect of the project.
Silicon carbide (SiC) wafer semiconductor manufacturer Pallidus will invest $443 million and create 405 new jobs in York County, SC in the Charlotte Region.
Milo’s Tea Company will invest $130 million to establish its first South Carolina operations in Spartanburg County, creating 103 new jobs.
Japan-based Envision AESC's new Florence County, SC electric vehicle (EV) battery gigafactory will create 1,170 new jobs.
Bosch will invest $260 million, create 350 jobs in Dorchester County, SC; Atkore will invest $7.7 million, create 16 jobs in Allendale County.
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.