Accurate Brazing Expands Operations in Greenville County, South Carolina
The company is upgrading approximately 20,000 square feet of an existing facility located at 299 B Garlington Road in Greenville County to install a new world-class Hot Isostatic Press. The press is designed to improve ductility and stress resistance of critical, high-performance manufactured materials.
The company has been located at the Garlington Road facility since 2001 and added another location on Pelham Road in 2017. The project is expected to be complete in the second quarter of 2020.
“Greenville County is a great place for us to do business. It boasts good people, resources, a growing economy and easy access to transportation,” said Aalberts material technology US division COO Richard Wright.
“Accurate Brazing’s decision to continue investing in South Carolina and our people shows that companies find the resources they need to be successful here. We thank this great company for their ongoing commitment to our state,” Governor Henry McMaster said.
“This latest expansion by Accurate Brazing is a further demonstration that South Carolina's business-friendly climate, market access and quality infrastructure are growing the economy and creating jobs,” Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt noted.
“County council is pleased to congratulate Accurate Brazing on its new expansion in Greenville County. As a market leader in high-quality vacuum brazing and heat treating of materials for the aircraft, ground turbine and power generation markets, Accurate Brazing is a very important member of our business community and we are proud of their growth and success,” Greenville County Council Chairman and Board Member of the Greenville Area Development Corporation H.G. "Butch" Kirven added.
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