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JSI Store Fixtures Expands Production In Greenville, South Carolina

05/01/2017
JSI Store Fixtures Inc., a market-leading designer and manufacturer of high-quality merchandising displays for the supermarket industry, will invest $2.1 million to expand its manufacturing plant in Greenville, South Carolina. The company plans to create 97 jobs.

Located at 2723 White Horse Road in Greenville, JSI Store Fixtures’ new 78,000-square-foot facility will allow the company to expand beyond grocery stores and into convenience stores and more.

“The consolidation of our Suwanee, Georgia, and Greenville, South Carolina, facilities supports our long-term strategy of continued growth and success in the southeastern United States. The new state-of-the-art Greenville facility, which includes significant investment in facilities, equipment and personnel, is centrally located to many of our key customers confirming our commitment to continue providing high-quality merchandising fixtures and services with industry-leading responsiveness and lower landed costs,” said President of JSI Store Fixtures Ken Bush.

“JSI Store Fixtures’ decision to invest further in our people and create 97 new jobs in Greenville is another example of a great company doing business in our state, recognizing that this is a place where it can succeed, and making the decision to make an even greater commitment to continue its work here,” Governor Henry McMaster said.

“JSI Store Fixtures’ expansion is a welcome addition to Greenville County’s diverse manufacturing sector. The company’s decision is a testament that Greenville has a very productive workforce and a first-class business environment. We look forward to supporting JSI Store Fixtures in its new Greenville location and its future growth in our community,” said Greenville County Council Chairman H.G. (Butch) Kirven Jr.

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