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Rolled Alloys setting up operation in Chester County

Staff Report
Published March 16, 2012

Rolled Alloys, a provider of specialty alloys, plans to locate a new facility in Chester County.

The $3.7 million investment is expected to generate 24 new jobs.

The company will begin hiring for the positions this May or June. An announcement will be forthcoming with details on how anyone interested in available job opportunities can apply.

“South Carolina offers our company an excellent business environment and a skilled workforce. We appreciate all the support we’ve received from state and local officials,” said Jason Wilson, general manager of the new facility for Rolled Alloys.

Rolled Alloys will locate its new operations in the Crenshaw spec building in Richburg. The company provides stainless steels, nickel, cobalt and titanium alloys. The company expects to have the new facility in operation by the third quarter of 2012.

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“Chester County is certainly on a roll, as this is the second announcement this month for them. Rolled Alloys adds another boost to South Carolina’s manufacturing reputation, and every one of these jobs will have an impact on Richburg,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.

“Actively marketing and promoting Chester County’s unique assets and advantages has been the goal of our leadership, partners and allies. I believe that we are successfully doing that when we are able to attract an exceptional company such as Rolled Alloys,” said Chester County Supervisor R. Carlisle Roddey.

Since its founding in 1953, with its trademark RA330 alloy, Rolled Alloys operates eight U.S. locations supporting local customers and also exporting around the world; the company’s products are also available through Rolled Alloys divisions in Canada, Europe, Singapore and China.