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By GADC
O’Donnell Industries, which manufactures branded and private label pet beds and travel products, will invest $1.8 million and add 39 positions in Greenville, South Carolina to accommodate domestic and international growth.

By GADC
Greenville (SC) business leaders David Kelley, Debbie Nelson and Charles Naselli have been named to the Greenville Area Development Corporation Board of Directors for 2014-15.

By GADC
Greenville (SC) business leaders Dick Wilkerson, Hunter Howard, Jr., Marshall Franklin and Dr. Tom Quantrille have been named officers of the Greenville Area Development Corporation Board of Directors for 2014-15.

By RPA Development
RPA Development, a manufacturer of fencing and railing products and the equipment to produce them, will expand operations in Greenville, South Carolina, creating 43 new jobs.

By GADC
Greenville County, South Carolina announced strong job creation and capital investment in 2013, adding 1,001 new jobs, $239 million in new investment, and a 7-to-1 return in county revenues for each dollar invested.

By GADC
Precorp Inc. will invest $14.8 million and create at least 29 new jobs by building a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Greer, South Carolina. The company provides machining solutions to the automotive and aerospace industries.

By Greenville Area Development Corp.
Esurance will open a new sales and claims office in Greenville County, South Carolina this summer, adding at least 450 new jobs. It will be the fifth Esurance sales office in the country, and the first in South Carolina.

By GADC
A healthcare data company that has developed the first automated tool allowing users to store and manage their electronic healthcare records, ChartSpan Medical Technologies, is launching in Greenville, South Carolina, creating 11 new jobs.

By GADC
A global manufacturer that provides precision metal stamping to the automotive, electronics and consumer goods markets, Stueken LLC, will operations in Greenville County, SC adding at least 27 new jobs and investing $3.2 million.

By GADC
A global manufacturer of specialty silicon carbide products and composites containing silicon carbide, Advanced Composite Materials, will expand operations at its headquarters in Greenville County, SC adding up to 10 new jobs.

By GADC
Million dollar investment by composites manufacturer to add 23 jobs

By GADC
Sweet Street Desserts, a leader in the gourmet dessert industry, will open a 120,000 square foot facility in Greenville County, South Carolina, adding at least 80 new jobs. The company expects to be in full operation by Summer, 2014.

By GADC
Fitesa Simpsonville will expand its South Carolina facility to increase production of its spunmelt nonwoven products used in the global hygiene market. The $50 million investment will add at least 32 new jobs.

By GADC
KI Logistics will establish its North American headquarters and a major logistics operation in Greenville, South Carolina, adding nearly 150 jobs. KI Logistics is a subsidiary of global logistics leader Kimura, Inc. of Japan.

By GADC
Clemson University's International Center for Automotive Research in Greenville, SC will be home to the North American headquarters of Roding Technology, an expert in precision tooling and carbon fiber applications for the automotive industry.

By GADC
Four Greenville, S.C. business leaders have been named as officers of the Greenville Area Development Corporation (GADC), the county-chartered organization tasked with promoting and enhancing the economic growth of Greenville County, for 2013-2014.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
The Greenville (SC) Area Development Corp. announced that Con-Pearl North America, a maker of lightweight recycled plastic boards, will establish its first North American production facility here, creating 51 new jobs.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
Ionic Technologies will double the size of its existing operations in Greenville County, South Carolina. The multi-million dollar investment is expected to generate at least 13 new jobs by the heat treating and coating services provider.

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By GADC
O’Donnell Industries, which manufactures branded and private label pet beds and travel products, will invest $1.8 million and add 39 positions in Greenville, South Carolina to accommodate domestic and international growth.

By GADC
Greenville (SC) business leaders David Kelley, Debbie Nelson and Charles Naselli have been named to the Greenville Area Development Corporation Board of Directors for 2014-15.

By GADC
GE Power & Water will invest $400 million over ten years in its 3200-person Greenville, SC campus to expand the company’s advanced manufacturing innovation in process development and rapid prototyping capabilities.

By GADC
KI Logistics will expand its under-construction North American headquarters and major logistics facility in Greenville, South Carolina by 64,000 additional square feet before the operation officially opens, adding 20 extra jobs.

By GADC
Greenville (SC) business leaders Dick Wilkerson, Hunter Howard, Jr., Marshall Franklin and Dr. Tom Quantrille have been named officers of the Greenville Area Development Corporation Board of Directors for 2014-15.

By RPA Development
RPA Development, a manufacturer of fencing and railing products and the equipment to produce them, will expand operations in Greenville, South Carolina, creating 43 new jobs.

By GADC
Greenville County, South Carolina announced strong job creation and capital investment in 2013, adding 1,001 new jobs, $239 million in new investment, and a 7-to-1 return in county revenues for each dollar invested.

By GADC
Precorp Inc. will invest $14.8 million and create at least 29 new jobs by building a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Greer, South Carolina. The company provides machining solutions to the automotive and aerospace industries.

By GADC
A high-tech supplier to the gas turbine engine industry, Meyer Tool, will add 50 new jobs and invest $5 million in an expansion that will triple its physical facilities in Greenville, South Carolina.

By Greenville Area Development Corp.
Esurance will open a new sales and claims office in Greenville County, South Carolina this summer, adding at least 450 new jobs. It will be the fifth Esurance sales office in the country, and the first in South Carolina.

By GADC
A healthcare data company that has developed the first automated tool allowing users to store and manage their electronic healthcare records, ChartSpan Medical Technologies, is launching in Greenville, South Carolina, creating 11 new jobs.

By GADC
A global manufacturer that provides precision metal stamping to the automotive, electronics and consumer goods markets, Stueken LLC, will operations in Greenville County, SC adding at least 27 new jobs and investing $3.2 million.

By GADC
A global manufacturer of specialty silicon carbide products and composites containing silicon carbide, Advanced Composite Materials, will expand operations at its headquarters in Greenville County, SC adding up to 10 new jobs.

By GADC
Million dollar investment by composites manufacturer to add 23 jobs

By GADC
Sweet Street Desserts, a leader in the gourmet dessert industry, will open a 120,000 square foot facility in Greenville County, South Carolina, adding at least 80 new jobs. The company expects to be in full operation by Summer, 2014.

By GADC
Fitesa Simpsonville will expand its South Carolina facility to increase production of its spunmelt nonwoven products used in the global hygiene market. The $50 million investment will add at least 32 new jobs.

By GADC
KI Logistics will establish its North American headquarters and a major logistics operation in Greenville, South Carolina, adding nearly 150 jobs. KI Logistics is a subsidiary of global logistics leader Kimura, Inc. of Japan.

By GADC
Clemson University's International Center for Automotive Research in Greenville, SC will be home to the North American headquarters of Roding Technology, an expert in precision tooling and carbon fiber applications for the automotive industry.

By GADC
The Crown Group will open a new plant in Greenville County, SC to provide coating services to the automotive, heavy truck and agriculture industries, Greenville Area Development Corporation officials have announced.

By GADC
Four Greenville, S.C. business leaders have been named as officers of the Greenville Area Development Corporation (GADC), the county-chartered organization tasked with promoting and enhancing the economic growth of Greenville County, for 2013-2014.

By GADC
Greenville (S.C.) County Council has appointed business leaders Marshall Franklin, Dr. Tom Quantrille, Mary Ann Pires and Hunter Howard, Jr. to serve three-year terms on the economic development organization's Board of Directors.

By GADC
Veteran South Carolina economic development executive Jerry Howard, who led Greenville County (S.C.) to 16,500 new jobs and $2.8 billion in capital investment during his tenure, has stepped down at the Greenville Area Development Corporation.

By GADC
New South Carolina presence expected to create 10 new jobs; company speaializes in complex industrial, R&D and manufacturing facilities.

By GADC
The Greenville (SC) Area Development Corporation honored South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley with its top economic development award, and announced strong job creation and capital investment for 2012.

By GADC
in-tech Automotive Engineering will open its first North American facility in Greenville, SC at Clemson's International Center for Automotive Research, creating 20 jobs. in-tech provides systems integration testing to automotive manufacturers.

By GADC
A leading international manufacturer of fasteners and connecting elements required by the automotive, industrial and aerospace industries will establish its first North American facility in Greenville County, SC.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
A manufacturer and reconditioner of precision cutting tools, SC Tool Inc., is expanding existing operations into Greenville County, SC by investing $1.25 million and adding 30 new jobs, according to the Greenville Area Development Corporation.

By GADC
Siemens Industry Inc., a maker of mechanical and electrical drive equipment, will establish a new plant in Greenville County, South Carolina adding 30 jobs and investing a “significant amount”.

By GADC
The Greenville (SC) Area Development Corp. announced MAPAL Inc., a global leader in the tooling industry, will establish its new North American production facility here, generating over 30 new jobs.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
The Greenville (SC) Area Development Corporation announced that South Carolina Plastics LLC, a maker of plastic automotive components, will establish a new facility in Greenville County, investing $12 million and generating 119 new jobs.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
Drive Automotive Industries of America will expand its existing facility in Greenville County, SC, investing $50 million and generating 60 new jobs.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
The Greenville (SC) Area Development Corp. announced that Con-Pearl North America, a maker of lightweight recycled plastic boards, will establish its first North American production facility here, creating 51 new jobs.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
Greenville Area Development Corporation officials announced that Sempra U.S. Gas & Power LLC, a subsidiary of San Diego-based Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE), has established a new regional headquarters in Greenville County, SC.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
Encore Container will invest $3.9 million and hire 90 people in Greenville, SC as it opens its new corporate headquarters, manufacturing and re-conditioning facility, officials with the Greenville Area Development Corporation have announced.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
Genetec Technology Automation will expand in Greenville County, SC by opening a new operation, investing $1.2 million investment and generating 160 new jobs.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
Debbie Amell has joined the Greenville (SC) Area Development Corporation, the economic development arm of Greenville County, SC as Administrative Assistant.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
Four prominent business leaders have been appointed by Greenville (SC) County Council to three-year terms on the board of the county-chartered organization tasked with promoting and enhancing the economic growth of Greenville County.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
JTEKT Automotive will expand in Greenville County, South Carolina, with the $102 million investment expected to create at least 80 new jobs over two years.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
Greenville, South Carolina officials announced a record 3,092 new jobs added in 2011 from county economic development efforts, along with strong capital investment, and a 7-to-1 return in county revenues for each dollar invested.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
Larry Jackson, chairman of Jackson Marketing Group -- one of the Top 100 B2B marketing firms in the nation -- was named as Greenville County, South Carolina’s Economic Development Ambassador for 2011.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
Ohio-based Grace Plastics, a plastics recycler, will locate a new facility in Greenville County, SC. The $1.2 million investment is expected to generate at least 16 new jobs over the next two years.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
Ionic Technologies will double the size of its existing operations in Greenville County, South Carolina. The multi-million dollar investment is expected to generate at least 13 new jobs by the heat treating and coating services provider.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
Dutchland Plastics, a leading manufacturer of rotational and blow molded plastic products, has established operations in Greenville, SC -- generating up to 25 new jobs over the next twelve months.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
Fluid Tech Machines Inc., which engineers and designs custom “smart machines” for the fluid transfer component arena, has established its new North American sales and service facility in Greenville, SC, generating at least 3-5 new jobs.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
Southern Air Repair Corp., an aviation component repair provider, has established its new production facility and headquarters in Greenville County, South Carolina. The $750,000 investment is expected to generate at least 20 new jobs.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
The Greenville (SC) Area Development Corporation, charged with promoting and enhancing quality of life in Greenville County by facilitating job growth and investment, has added Terese P. Calhoun as Administrative Assistant.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
The Greenville (SC) Area Development Corp. has announced that project manager Tavia Gaddy has graduated from the University of Oklahoma’s Economic Development Institute, and earned accreditation by the International Economic Development Council

By GADC
The Greenville, SC Area Development Corporation has announced that project manager Tony Smith has earned South Carolina Certified Economic Developer (SCCED) status by completing the South Carolina Economic Developers’ Advanced Symposium.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
The Greenville Area Development Corporation announced that TD Bank will expand operations at the bank’s campus adjoining Interstate 85 in Greenville, SC, creating about 1,400 new jobs, and will also add more than 200 new positions in Lexington, SC.

By Greenville Area Development Corporation
The Greenville Area Development Corp. announced that Bosch Rexroth Corporation will expand its existing hydraulics manufacturing operations in Greenville, SC. The $80 million investment is expected to generate 160 new jobs over the next five years.



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