Innegrity LLC, a manufacturer of plastic fiber materials, will expand its production facilities and relocate its current headquarters and manufacturing facility in Greenville County, South Carolina. The $15 million project, which is expected to create 150 new jobs, will involve the relocation from Innegrity's current facility in Greer to a 120,000-square-foot existing building in Mauldin. The company plans to add additional research, production, and office space at the new facility, which will produce materials for the ballistics, marine, rope, automotive, and sporting goods markets. "The expansion will help us meet growing customer demand and build a world-class high-performance materials company," says Brian G. Morin, Ph.D., Innegrity's CEO. "Greenville County has a combination of family values and dedicated, talented work force that is difficult to find, and we're proud to call this community home." Details on state and local incentives were not announced.
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