ECAPS Corp., a maker of sustainable building materials, has selected Bennettsville, South Carolina, for a new facility. The company will invest at least $3.4 million and create at least 150 new jobs in the next five years.
"ECAPS Corporation is pleased to announce our intent to locate our aluminum composite panel fabrication, distribution, and customer service center in Marlboro County, South Carolina. Within the next three-and-a-half years, this decision will result in the development of 150 highly skilled new jobs and a capital investment of more than $3.4 million. Our stockholders have committed themselves unreservedly to this endeavor and they join me in making certain that no effort is spared in the timely commencement of the final phase of this important project," said Steen Frandsen, CEO of ECAPS.
ECAPS will engineer, produce, and distribute customize aluminum composite cladding solutions from the Bennettsville facility.