3i Products, Inc Locates Manufacturing Center To Lancaster, South Carolina
A newly established firm, 3i Products has acquired an existing 27,000-square-foot building, located on more than 15 acres off Chester Highway in Lancaster to house its new operations. Providing the company with close proximity to Interstate 77, the facility will allow 3i Products to efficiently serve its growing customer base.
“3i Products is very excited about our move to the Lancaster area and looks forward to opening our new facility and bringing new jobs and growth to the area. We appreciate all the work of the local members of the County, Governor Nikki Haley and her team in the State of South Carolina for making this project a reality,” said 3i Products, Inc. Chairman of the Board Tim Chen.
Anticipated to be fully operational in the second quarter of 2016, hiring for the 100 new positions is expected to begin in April 2016.
The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved a $150,000 Rural Infrastructure Fund grant to Lancaster County to assist with the cost of real property improvements related to the project. Additionally, AdvanceSC committed a $50,000 grant to Lancaster County to assist with building upfit in support of the project.
“Each time a company decides to move here, it reaffirms the fact that Team South Carolina’s approach to attracting businesses and building a world-class workforce is working. We’re excited to welcome 3i Products to the South Carolina family and to celebrate the 100 new jobs this investment will bring to Lancaster County,” said Governor Nikki Haley.
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