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Davis Aircraft Products Invests $5.5 Million Establishing facility In Georgetown County, South Carolina

Davis Aircraft Products, a maker of aviation tubing systems, will invests $5.5 million to relocate its manufacturing operations to its new Georgetown County, South Carolina, facility, with plans to generate 100 new jobs. The company will produce its patented Wolfbend product line, used in fuel delivery systems of aircraft. The plant is expected to begin operations in spring 2014.

“We are pleased with the opportunity to move forward with the plans to locate our new operations in Georgetown County. With our new operations, we will be able to attract new customers and increase our market presence. We appreciate all the support we’ve received from state and local officials,” said Bruce Davis, CEO of Davis Aircraft Products.

“South Carolina is becoming the ‘it’ state for doing business, and more companies are recognizing the benefits of locating their operations here. We celebrate Davis Aircraft Products’ decision to invest $5.5 million and create 100 new jobs in Andrews,” said Gov. Nikki Haley. The Coordinating Council for Economic Development approved a Governor’s Closing Fund grant of $300,000 for building upfit.

“Today’s announcement provides another boost to our rapidly growing aerospace and aviation sector. Davis Aircraft Products investment brings another aerospace supplier to our state, and brings new manufacturing jobs that will have an impact in Georgetown County and beyond,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.

“On behalf of the Town of Andrews I want to let Davis Aircraft Products know how excited our town is over their decision to establish their business in our community. We are thrilled about the job prospects presented by this aviation company locating in our area. We will partner with Davis Aircraft Products to make sure all of their local needs are met as they grow within our town,” said Town of Andrews Mayor Rodney Giles.

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