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B3C Fuel Solutions Expands Its Conway, South Carolina, Production Facility

B3C Fuel Solutions, a manufacturer of environmentally friendly fuel products, will invest $305,000 to expand its Conway, South Carolina, manufacturing center, creating 36 jobs during a three-year period in Horry County.

B3C Fuel Solutions manufactures and distributes products on an international scale to more than 25,000 retail outlets. Retail customers include Home Depot, Tractor Supply and Walmart as well as the company’s nationwide network of dealers and distributors. Its products aim to extend the life of equipment engines by preventing issues like water intrusion or buildup of impurities.

With this expansion, B3C will expand the company’s existing product line of fuel solutions with its new FUEL LIFE technology. This new product is designed to stabilize and deter water accumulation in fuel, virtually eliminating the need for liquid fuel additives.

"As a total fuel solutions company, continuous innovation and new product development are the keys to our success,” said Brian Boezi, CEO of B3C Fuel Solutions. “This new technology has the potential to change the fuel additive industry as we know it today by stopping fuel-related engine problems before they start. We are pleased to be expanding our existing headquarters in Conway and appreciate the support of the local community and the state in our growth.”

“B3C’s expansion in Horry County once again demonstrates that South Carolina is where companies can grow and succeed,” said Gov. Nikki Haley. “We remain committed to providing an environment that fosters innovation and technology in manufacturing and celebrate the 36 new jobs coming to Conway.”

“South Carolina continues to lead the manufacturing renaissance,” said Secretary Bobby Hitt. “So far this year, more than 30 manufacturers have announced expansions in the state, which is a testament to our business-friendly climate that allows existing industry to further grow and prosper.”

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