ServiceMac, a mortgage subservicing company, today announced plans to locate new operations in Lancaster County.
Economic development is saturated with accolades and rankings. Best quality of life, Top states for business, Where are millennials moving…the list is seemingly endless with new content hitting feeds and inboxes every day. The exponential growth rate of this content, exaggerated by media companies recognizing the clicks, shares, and page views these rankings generate, creates… Continue Reading »
The South Carolina I-77 Alliance comprises the economic development leaders in five counties that have come together to jointly promote and highlight the unique business and manufacturing opportunities that exist from Charlotte to Columbia. Each of those counties — York, Chester, Lancaster, Fairfield and Richland — are unique, offering their own mix of attributes that… Continue Reading »
Nutramax Laboratories and its family of companies, a leading manufacturer and marketer of nutritional supplement products for people and their pets, are expanding operations in Lancaster County.
The addition of a new member county and development of an industrial megasite were highlighted at the South Carolina I-77 Alliance’s Fourth Annual Economic Development Summit held Thursday, August 16, at the Gateway Conference Center in Richburg, SC. “Lancaster County’s decision to join us this year changes our geography but doesn’t change who we are…. Continue Reading »
Light gauge steel manufacturer creating 139 new jobs
Sharonview Federal Credit Union has announced it is relocating and expanding its corporate headquarters within Lancaster County, SC. The company’s $42 million capital investment is projected to create more than 115 new jobs.
The addition of Lancaster County to the South Carolina I-77 Alliance is a welcome development for multiple reasons. When the move becomes official on July 1, there no longer will be a county in South Carolina that is not a member of an alliance such as ours. Lancaster County’s inclusion also means the Alliance now… Continue Reading »
Lancaster County will be joining the South Carolina I-77 Alliance, the public-private partnership that promotes business and industrial opportunities in the corridor from Charlotte to Columbia.