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Valantic SCE Plans First U.S. Office in Greenville, South Carolina

A Germany-based software developer and supplier management consultant for the automotive industry, valantic SCE (USA) plans to locate new operations in Greenville County, South Carolina.

Located at 201 River Place in downtown Greenville, valantic’s new operations will specialize in supply chain consulting and logistics management services.

“We are excited to open our first United States office in the Greenville-Spartanburg area and become part of the community. The area is a great cultural center with a large diversity of local talent. We look forward to supporting our customers and working with the local talent to grow and expand our organization.” Said valantic SCE (USA) Inc. President & CEO Michael Bouranis.

“When a great company like valantic chooses to locate its operations in South Carolina, it’s yet another testament to the fact that our state is open for business. Congratulations to valantic on this new investment in the Greenville County community, and we look forward to seeing what the future has in store for this innovative company,” Governor Henry McMaster said.

“The automotive industry continues to be a real job creator in our state’s economy, and today’s announcement by valantic is another sign of that. valantic’s decision to locate operations in Greenville County builds on our reputation for job creation and strengthens our status as an automotive stronghold,” Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt added.

“valantic choosing to establish U.S. operations here speaks volumes for our state’s ability to advance its innovation sector. Greenville County’s selection is a win for all parties, as our workforce is ready and able to thrive in these high-tech jobs. Our quality of life, pro-business mindset and expanding technology ecosystem will help valantic prosper,” said Greenville County Council Chairman H.G. “Butch” Kirven.

“With Greenville’s focus on building a knowledge economy ecosystem by attracting and nurturing technology-based companies, valantic’s automotive, engineering and logistics expertise and German roots make it a perfect fit for our community. valantic is a progressive organization known globally for its innovation and service, and their selection of Greenville validates that we continue on the right path in our corporate recruiting,” Greenville Mayor Knox White noted.

“valantic is an innovative supply chain consulting and management company whose services bring forward-thinking optimization to traditional manufacturing environments, a strong example of where technology and manufacturing intersect. We’re pleased valantic chose the Upstate for its first United States operation, and we look forward to watching the business grow here,” Upstate S.C. Alliance President & CEO John Lummus added.

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