Lancaster County

REMBE® Inc. establishing operations in Lancaster County

INDIAN LAND, S.C. – REMBE® Inc., a U.S. subsidiary of operational safety company of REMBE® GmbH, today announced plans to relocate its U.S. operations to Lancaster County. The more than $3.4 million investment is projected to create 22 new jobs. Founded in 2006, REMBE® Inc. specializes in explosion protection and pressure relief for a wide… Continue Reading »

Scientex Packaging Film establishing operations in Lancaster County

LANCASTER, S.C. – Scientex Packaging Film, one of the world’s largest producers of stretch film, today announced plans to establish operations in Lancaster County. The company’s $43 million investment is projected to create 69 new jobs. Headquartered in Malaysia, Scientex Packaging Film is a leading manufacturer of custom films including shrink films, polyethylene (PE) films,… Continue Reading »

The Data Does The Driving in 2020: A New Strategy Emerges

We’re going to let the data do the driving in 2020. You can call that our New Year’s resolution but it’s really the new strategic focus the South Carolina I-77 Alliance is adopting to identify and market to prospective new industries that could benefit from the advantages our five-county corridor offers. While still relying on… Continue Reading »

Lancaster County Uses A Decade Of Rapid Growth To Prepare For A Boom 2020s

What a difference a decade can make. When the Great Recession hit, Lancaster County was already reeling from the loss of Springs Industries and its thousands of textile jobs that had sustained generations of local families. Unemployment skyrocketed and income levels dropped to among the lowest in the state. “We had become a poster child… Continue Reading »

Adornus Cabinetry, LLC launching operations in Lancaster County

Adornus Cabinetry, LLC’s Lancaster County operations will serve as a manufacturing facility and corporate headquarters for North America.

The “South Charlotte” Counties Enjoy Population Surge

As unemployment rates fall to the lowest levels in half a century, finding people to fill jobs is a growing challenge for employers. To meet that challenge, first you need people. That’s why job creators from industries in every sector can do well to consider the five counties that comprise the Interstate 77 corridor between… Continue Reading »

New Labor Study Confirms Region’s Workforce Strengthened by Charlotte and Columbia

The South Carolina I-77 Alliance is excited to announce the release of our new regional workforce study, a broad, in-depth look at the labor pool and demographic advantages available to companies considering initial or expanded investment in the five-county corridor between Columbia and Charlotte. The study —Regional Workforce Study for the SC I-77 Alliance —… Continue Reading »

A Successful 2018, A Promising 2019: The I-77 Alliance Continues to Grow With the Corridor

We lead off our 2019 series of monthly blogs with our confidence that the five counties served by the South Carolina I-77 Alliance will see another strong year of industrial and business announcements and growth. At the Alliance itself, we’ll also continue to build out our ability to effectively market the I-77 corridor to domestic… Continue Reading »

ServiceMac locating new operations in Lancaster County, creating approximately 1,000 new jobs

ServiceMac, a mortgage subservicing company, today announced plans to locate new operations in Lancaster County.

Two Counties in I-77 Region Top Performers for Talent Attraction

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 »

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