MUSC board votes to acquire Providence Health and KershawHealth

  June 25, 2021

During the June meeting, the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and Medical University Hospital Authority (MUHA) Board of Trustees voted to purchase Providence Health and KershawHealth, which are currently…

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Masonite International Corporation establishing operations in York County

  June 24, 2021

 Masonite International Corporation (Masonite) (NYSE: DOOR), a leading global designer, manufacturer, marketer and distributor of interior and exterior doors, today announced plans to establish operations in York County. The new…

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STL establishing operations in Kershaw County

  June 23, 2021

$23 million investment will create 120 new jobs over the next few years Sterlite Technologies Limited (STL), a leading digital network integration company, today announced plans to establish operations in Kershaw County.…

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New 20-acre public park opens at Bull Street

  June 22, 2021

Yesterday, Mayor Steve Benjamin, City Council members, and the Parks & Recreation Department celebrated the opening of the newly developed Page Ellington Park, a 20-acre public park at Bull Street.…

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Denkai America, Inc. expanding operations in Kershaw County

  June 20, 2021

$14 million investment will create 10 new jobs Denkai America, Inc., a subsidiary of Nippon Denkai, Ltd., announced plans to expand operations in Kershaw County. The $14 million investment will…

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Generac Power Systems, Inc. expanding operations in Edgefield County

  June 17, 2021

Expansion will create 300 new jobs  Generac Power Systems, Inc. (Generac), a leading global power and energy technology company serving the residential, commercial and industrial markets, today announced plans to expand operations…

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Automotive supplier Gissing North America establishing operations in Greenville County’s new Fox Hill Business Park

  June 16, 2021

$18+ million investment will create 116 new jobs for global manufacturer Gissing North America LLC, a leading manufacturer of acoustic systems for the automotive industry, today announced plans to establish…

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Frauenthal Gnotec establishes operations in Laurens County

  June 10, 2021

$8.2 million investment will create 82 new jobs Frauenthal Gnotec is establishing its latest manufacturing and distribution facility in Laurens County. With an investment of $8.2 million and the creation of…

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SC Ports to welcome record-breaking vessel

  May 25, 2021

CMA CGM MARCO POLO to arrive in Charleston this week South Carolina Ports will soon welcome the largest container ship to ever call the East Coast — the CMA CGM…

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PunchListUSA names Min Alexander Chief Executive Officer and Board Member

  May 19, 2021

PunchListUSA, the first online real estate platform digitizing national home inspection data, repair estimates and service orders for consumers, announced the appointment of Min Alexander as its new Chief Executive Officer…

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Epica International announces operations in Spartanburg

  May 18, 2021

Epica International, the leader in advanced ultra-high-resolution mobile medical imaging and robotic applications for human health, animal health and industrial enterprises, announces new corporate headquarters and operations in Spartanburg County,…

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UofSC President Caslen resigns; Pastides named new interim

  May 12, 2021

After focused discussions with President Bob Caslen, University of South Carolina Board of Trustees Chair C. Dorn Smith III, MD has announced that President Caslen has tendered his resignation. Chairman…

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SC Ports expanding Inland Port Greer

  April 29, 2021

South Carolina Ports is expanding Inland Port Greer on the heels of sustained record activity at the rail-served inland port in Upstate South Carolina. Inland Port Greer extends the Port of Charleston’s reach…

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USACE pilot project to begin around Folly Beach

  April 29, 2021

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District will soon begin a pilot project along the northeast end of Folly Beach. This new approach will take sand from the Folly…

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Dr. Galen DeHay named CEO of the Year by SCATCC

  April 21, 2021

Tri-County Technical College President Dr. Galen DeHay has been named the 2020 Chief Executive Officer of the Year by the South Carolina Association of Technical College Commissioners (SCATCC). The award…

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M.C. Dean, Inc. expanding operations in Charleston County

  April 21, 2021

$7.3 million investment will create 126 new jobs M.C. Dean, Inc., a global cyber-physical systems integration and engineering company, today announced plans to expand operations in Charleston County. The $7.3…

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Allied Air breaks ground on $35.7 million operations expansion

  April 19, 2021

  Allied Air Enterprises Announces $35.7 Million Operations Expansion in Orangeburg, South Carolina Allied Air Enterprises, a subsidiary of Lennox International, broke ground on its new 405,000-square-foot warehouse located next…

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SC Ports opens state-of-the-art Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal

  April 12, 2021

South Carolina Ports made history welcoming the first vessel to the Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal, marking the first container terminal to open in the U.S. since 2009. Operations launched March…

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Richland County biotech company investing $4.1M in expansion

  April 7, 2021

Irmo-based Integrated Micro-Chromatography Systems Inc. (IMCS) will expand its operations in Richland County, investing $4.1 million and creating 31 new jobs over the next five years. IMCS creates, manufactures and…

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SC Ports records strongest monthly volumes in its history

  April 6, 2021

South Carolina Ports handled the most cargo in its history in March, with the Port of Charleston handling record volumes as the Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal begins operations. SC Ports reported…

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First Quality to expand operations in Anderson County

  March 30, 2021

Paper products manufacturer adding production capabilities First Quality Tissue, a privately held manufacturer of ultra-premium towel and tissue products announced that they have selected their Anderson, South Carolina campus for…

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International African American Museum names new CEO

  March 24, 2021

The International African American Museum has found the final piece for the massive global project that will change the landscape of African American history and its curation. Seventeen months after…

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Furman receives second $25 million grant from The Duke Endowment

  March 23, 2021

Furman University has received a $25 million grant from The Duke Endowment to expand and advance The Furman Advantage, the university’s transformational approach to offering every student a pathway toward a meaningful and…

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Tyson Foods, Inc. reestablishing operations in Richland County

  March 17, 2021

Company’s $55 million total investment will create 330 jobs Tyson Foods, Inc. (NYSE: TSN), one of the world’s largest food companies and a recognized leader in protein, today announced plans to…

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Harvest Hope Food Bank welcomes new CEO, Erinn Rowe

  March 15, 2021

Erinn Rowe, the former Harvest Hope Food Bank Board Chair, has officially joined the organization as CEO effective today. Erinn had served on the Harvest Hope board since 2015. From…

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