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Bosch Group Expands Operations in Anderson, South Carolina

Bosch Group, a leading global supplier of technology and services, is expanding its existing operations center located at 4421 S.C. Highway 81 in Anderson, South Carolina.

The company’s expansion will include growth of several product lines related to automotive electronic components. To accommodate its continued growth, the company is bringing $152 million of additional capital investment and creating 130 new jobs.

As an incentive the Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to this project.

“Having spent eight years of my Bosch career working as the technical plant manager at our Anderson location, I have a special bond with the people in this plant as well as with our local and state governments. I’m very proud that our Anderson location has continued to flourish over the years and is bringing additional jobs to the community. We appreciate our long relationship with the Anderson County government as well as the S.C. Department of Commerce and look forward to continued cooperation,” Bosch North America President Mike Mansuetti said.

“South Carolina continues to lead the region in manufacturing employment growth, underscoring our role in the nation’s manufacturing renaissance. Expansions like this one are important job creators for our state, and we look forward to seeing a global innovator like Bosch Group continue to grow in South Carolina,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.

“Great things are happening in Anderson County. Bosch’s announcement today of an increased investment and expansion reaffirms Anderson County’s unique mix of a skilled, willing workforce and our area’s quality of life,” Anderson County Councilman Tom Allen, District Four said.

“Bosch has been a tremendous partner to our state for years, and this new investment in Anderson County shows that they remain committed to South Carolina and our people. We are grateful to Bosch for its commitment and congratulate its leadership on the decision to expand here,” Governor Henry McMaster said.


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