GML Industries, a manufacturer of wire harnesses for various industries, expanded operations with a new manufacturing facility in Duncan, South Carolina. The $966,000 project is expected to create 74 new jobs in Spartanburg County.
The facility will manufacture automotive wiring harnesses as well as electrical and control panels, electrical boxes and cables.
“GML Industries, LLC is excited to open our new location in Spartanburg County. We see this as positive growth in our support of our current and future customers having two locations on which to draw talent and automotive wire harnesses as well increasing our electrical and control panels, electrical boxes and cable-building experience,” GML Industries, LLC Owners Melinda Freeman, Del McGighan-Lukens and Gerri McGighan-Lukens said.
Established in 2011, GML Industries produces wire harnesses, electromechanical solutions including electrical and control panels and cable assemblies for original equipment manufacturers. The company serves clients in the automotive industry including emergency vehicles, mining vehicles and engine refuelers for airports.
“We are excited that GML Industries, LLC has chosen South Carolina for their new manufacturing facility. Today’s announcement is another indication that companies recognize the benefits of doing business within our borders. We are thankful for this company’s investment and the 74 new jobs it will create,” said Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III.