INDIAN LAND, S.C. – ClickFold Plastics, a custom plastics manufacturer, today announced plans to establish operations in Lancaster County. The $1.5 million investment will create 21 new jobs. Founded in 2000, ClickFold Plastics designs and manufactures custom plastic parts including enclosures, housings, covers and panels, utilizing a proprietary process that eliminates the need for molds… Continue Reading »
LANCASTER, S.C. – Silgan Containers, a leading manufacturer of metal food packaging, today announced plans to expand operations in Lancaster County. The company’s more than $9.7 million investment is projected to create 16 new jobs over the next five years. Founded in 1987, Silgan Containers is a solutions-based manufacturer of metal containers for shelf-stable food… Continue Reading »
INDIAN LAND, S.C. – McClancy Seasoning, a leading food product innovation and manufacturing company, today announced plans to expand its Lancaster County operations. The investment of over $9.4 million is projected to create 108 new jobs, more than doubling the company’s employment. Founded in 1947, McClancy Seasoning began as manufacturer of spices for sausage makers… Continue Reading »
LANCASTER, S.C. – The Lancaster County Council has unanimously approved a resolution introduced by the Lancaster County Department of Economic Development that the County hopes will begin to address the supply chain vulnerability of the nation’s life-saving medical products industry due to offshoring. The resolution provides the most aggressive business incentives ever offered by Lancaster… Continue Reading »
LANCASTER, S.C. – The Lancaster County Council and Lancaster County Department of Economic Development announced that a resolution is being introduced which county officials believe can begin to address the critical issue of the supply chain vulnerability of life-saving pharmaceuticals and medical devices/equipment (life-saving medical products) that exists due to many of these products being… Continue Reading »
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’s Lancaster County operations will serve as a manufacturing facility and corporate headquarters for North America.
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, a mortgage subservicing company, today announced plans to locate new operations in Lancaster County.
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 »