F3 Engineering To Establish Headquarters In Spartanburg County, South Carolina
The establishment of a North American headquarters in Spartanburg County provides F3 Engineering with an opportunity to continue growing the company. According to the South Carolina Department of Commerce, although many locations were considered for this facility, the F3 Engineering selection team concluded that Spartanburg was the right choice, offering a convenient location, excellent climate and good quality of life.
The firm’s new 25,000 square-foot facility, located at 350 Seminole Drive in Spartanburg, is positioned in a Historically Underutilized Business Zone. The management team believes that the company’s experience and capabilities, coupled with the highest quality assurance standards and the HUBZone designation, will allow for many new business opportunities in this facility.
“We are excited about the relocation to South Carolina. It’s a business-friendly state, with not only a significant pool of employees, but also a convenient hub of technology and other support industries,” said F3 Engineering Founder/President Odilo Vazquez.
The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to the project. “We’re thankful for every company that does business in our state, but it’s special when a company that manufactures equipment for our men and women in uniform decides to call South Carolina home. F3 Engineering’s $3.9 million investment and the 50 jobs they are going to create in Spartanburg County will make a real difference in the community, and we welcome them to the Palmetto State,” Governor Nikki Haley noted.
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