National Machining & Fabrication Expands Operations in Rock Hill, South Carolina
Located at 4977 Steele Village Road in Rock Hill, NMF’s new 12,500-square-foot facility will increase the company’s operating capacity to better serve its client base. The expansion is expected to be complete by 2023.
With more than 30 years of experience, NMF designs, retrofits, fabricates and welds machine parts, weldments and equipment. The company serves manufacturing equipment suppliers, pulp and paper mills, steel mills, mining operations and many other manufactures. NMF utilizes state-of-the-art technology in its fabrication, machining, fiber laser and water jetting processes.
The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to the project.
“The NMF team is thrilled to announce the expansion at the Rock Hill Location. The resource availability and assistance of York County Economic Development, York County Council and the state of South Carolina have been tremendous. We are excited about our continuous improvement and growth,” said NMF President James E. Hutto.
"It's always exciting to see an existing business grow its footprint in our state. We celebrate National Machining and Fabrication, Inc.’s decision to invest more than $4.2 million and add 40 new jobs in York County,” said Governor Henry McMaster.
“South Carolina continues to lead the nation’s manufacturing movement, and today’s announcement by National Machining and Fabrication, Inc. reinforces that notion. We congratulate this company on all of their success, and we look forward to supporting them in the future,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.
"York County is excited to see National Machining & Fabrication, Inc. expand in our community. This company’s commitment to manufacturing is great news and we look forward to continuing to support them in their future endeavors,” said York County Council Chairman Michael Johnson.
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