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Engineered Plastic Components, Inc Plans Manufacturing Plant In Anderson, South Carolina

Engineered Plastic Components, Inc., a provider of plastic injection molded products, selected an existing building at 105 Clemson Research Boulevard for the company’s new $5.3 million manufacturing center. The company plans to hire 43 associates in Anderson County, South Carolina.

Founded in 1994, EPC designs, engineers and manufactures world-class thermoplastic products utilizing innovative engineering capabilities. Originally operating with only four injection molding presses, the company has expanded to include more than 200 injection molding machines across 15 manufacturing facilities in the United States and Mexico.

“We are very excited about the opportunity that exists in South Carolina. Anderson is well-positioned to assist us in achieving the growth goals we have for our company,” said Engineered Plastic Components, Inc. CEO Reza Kargarzadeh.

“We could not be more excited to welcome Engineered Plastic Components to the South Carolina family. This investment, and the 43 new jobs it means for Anderson County, is a huge win for our entire state, and we look forward to watching this fantastic company thrive and grow here for many years to come,” said Governor Nikki Haley.

“I congratulate EPC on their decision to establish operations in Anderson County. It demonstrates the continued strength of our state’s manufacturing sector and is a testament to the positive business climate and highly-skilled workforce present in all corners of the state,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.

“Our county is committed to nurturing a climate that encourages a bright future for its businesses and residents. We are thrilled to welcome EPC to the historic Town of Pendleton where history, community and civic pride offers the distinction of a small town with great economic impact for all South Carolinians,” said Anderson County Councilman, District 4, Tom Allen.

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