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Carolina Textile Care Opens Operations in Early Branch, South Carolina

06/11/2018
Carolina Textile Care, plans to construct a new commercial laundry plant in Early Branch, South Carolina. The company’s $7.3 million investment is projected to create 50 new jobs in Hampton County.

Located in the Lowcountry Regional Industrial Park, Carolina Textile Care’s new, 25,000-square-foot commercial laundry plant will have an initial annual processing capacity of 10 million pounds. The commercial focus of the new operation will be to serve high-end hotels and resorts. Hiring for the new positions should begin at the end of 2018.

As an incentive, the Coordinating Council for Economic Development approved a $75,000 Rural Infrastructure Fund grant to Hampton County to assist with the costs of site preparation and building construction.

“Carolina Textile Care is delighted to build our plant in Early Branch, South Carolina. Hampton County is an ideal location, and we are impressed with the spirit and productivity of the people at Southern Carolina Alliance, Hampton County Council and the S.C. Department of Commerce who have worked hard to help us launch this project,“ ,” Carolina Textile Care, LLC Managing Partner Andy Thorson said.

We look forward to becoming a part of the community’s commercial fabric and to serving the best hospitality organizations in the Lowcountry with the highest quality laundering and finishing of their valuable textiles and linens,” Thorson added.

“South Carolina’s textile industry has a rich history, providing jobs and investment throughout our state. We’re proud to welcome Carolina Textile Care to the South Carolina business community, and we’re excited to see the difference these 50 new jobs will make in Hampton County,” Governor Henry McMaster noted.

“Carolina Textile Care, LLC will be an asset to our industrial community, bringing 50 direct jobs and additional economic stimulation to our region. We look forward to their growth in our area and salute them for their new investment in Hampton County, which provides an excellent location for manufacturing and distribution for industries needing proximity to international and domestic markets,” said Southern Carolina Alliance Chairman Marty Sauls.

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