Strategy Plastics Relocates Expanded Facility in Williamston, South Carolina
In addition to injection molding, Strategy Plastics, LLC also provides custom molding, engineering, project management, parts assembly, testing, dimensional analysis and off-shore tooling.
“After completing extensive due diligence on several potential new locations for our operations, we chose Anderson County because of their quick response, support and everything the county had to offer for both our company and employees. This transition is a testament to our hard-working team and loyal customers, and it will allow Strategy Plastics, LLC to continue to grow and achieve greater efficiency, along with diversify its current customer base. As a company that’s proud to hire locally, this transition will have a positive impact on the local economy. We thank our local and state partners for their continued support, and we look forward to joining the Anderson County business community, “ said Strategy Plastics, LLC Owner Chad Giles.
"Expansions of companies already doing business in South Carolina continue to be a driving force behind our state's strong and growing economy. Today we celebrate yet another expansion as Strategy Plastics, LLC is investing more than $3.4 million to expand and create 81 new jobs, and proving once again that our economic development efforts within this great state are on the right track,” Governor Henry McMaster said.
"South Carolina has emerged as a leader in advanced manufacturing. This announcement by Strategy Plastics, LLC is another indication that South Carolina is not only just right for business, but also just right for growth,” Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt explained.
A Site Selector’s Checklist for Locating in the U.S.
Location USA 2019
Where to Invest in the Booming Aerospace Manufacturing Industry
2019 Auto/Aero Site Guide
A Changing Food Manufacturing Industry
2017 Food Processing
What Should High-Growth Companies Look for in a Community?
Front Line: Manufacturers Look to Nontraditional Locations
Front Line: Trend Toward Microfactories Continues