South Carolina Plastics LLC, a subsidiary of Carolina Technical Plastics Corp., plans to invest $12 million and generate 119 jobs at its new manufacturing operation in Fountain Inn. The facility is expected to be operational by February 2013.
Published Oct. 3, 2012
South Carolina Plastics LLC, a maker of plastic automotive components, plans to establish a new facility in Greenville County.
The company said it will invest $12 million and generate 119 new jobs.
“South Carolina offers us an excellent business climate and a close proximity to customers, as well as a talented workforce. We appreciate all the support we’ve received from state and local officials,” said Martin Kean, vice president of Carolina Technical Plastics Corp. and South Carolina Plastics.
South Carolina Plastics is a subsidiary of Carolina Technical Plastics Corp., which is a part of Germany-based Wirthwein AG Group.
The company will establish its new manufacturing operation at 800 Woodside Ave. in Greenville County, subject to completing acquisition of the Fountain Inn site.
The company makes automotive components such as door modules, door handles, cable drum housings and covers for seat belts, among other components for the automotive industry as well as the home appliance, medical and rail industries.
The new facility is expected to be operational by February 2013.
The Coordinating Council for Economic Development approved a governor’s closing fund grant for $825,000 for building upfit, site preparation and infrastructure.
The company will begin hiring for the new positions in the coming months. Anyone interested in job opportunities should contact Robin Gibson at 252-634-2871, ext. 236, or at email@example.com.