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Dynamic Fluid Components Expands West Union, South Carolina, Operations

Dynamic Fluid Components, a wholesale distributor of fluid power products, plans to expand operations in West Union, South Carolina. The $4.8 million project is expected to create ten new jobs in Oconee County.

The investment will include the construction of a 25,000-square-foot distribution facility located at 181 Misty Drive. Operations are scheduled for the second quarter of 2025.

“Dynamic Fluid Components is thrilled to be moving forward with our expansion in Oconee County. The new facility will bring even more efficiency to our operation and allow us to meet the needs of our growing customer base well into the future. When we initially started looking to expand, we considered locations in the county, region and outside the state, but the favorable business climate, workforce and support found in Oconee County and the state of South Carolina always brought us back home. Dynamic Fluid Components appreciates the partnership we have enjoyed with the county and state, and we look forward to the bright future our expansion will have for both our company and the community,” said Dynamic Fluid Components President Sam Adams.

Dynamic Fluid Components provides a variety of fluid power products including hydraulic motors, gear pumps and pressure gauges, supplying products to customers throughout Canada, Mexico and the U.S.

“Congratulations to Dynamic Fluid Components on its expansion in Oconee County. We are proud of the company’s success and look forward to a continued partnership as it builds a legacy in South Carolina,” noted Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III.

“Oconee County greatly appreciates and thanks Dynamic Fluid Components on their decision to expand the company’s operations in our community. They are a fantastic business that has been in Oconee for over 20 years. It is important that we support our existing industry in meaningful ways when they seek to grow their operations here. Dynamic Fluid Components’ expansion is a testimonial to the outstanding business environment we afford existing industry and is another example of why Oconee County is a top-shelf location for business,” Oconee County Economic Alliance President and CEO Jamie Gilbert added.

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