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Accudraft Finishing Systems Plans Aiken, South Carolina, Production Center

08/11/2021
Accudraft Finishing Systems, a leading global finishing systems company, plans to establish operations in Aiken, South Carolina. The $4.7 million investment will create 42 new jobs.

Located at 10 Windham Boulevard in the Verenes Industrial Park, Accudraft’s new facility will accommodate additional production capacity and the company’s need to provide more efficient and effective service to its growing base of customers, distributors and partners. Operations are expected to be online in 2022.

“We are proud to work with the state of South Carolina and Aiken County to expand our manufacturing operations into the Southeast. We’d like to sincerely thank Aiken County and the state for their outstanding support, and we look forward to their continuing partnership for years to come,” said Accudraft Finishing Systems President Giovanna Helton.

“We appreciate the $4.7 million investment and 42 jobs Accudraft will bring to South Carolina. I look forward to the amazing work that will take place in Aiken County,” said Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III.

Founded in 1977, Accudraft manufactures finishing systems and paint booths for the automotive, aircraft, marine vessel and train and railcar industries. With best-in-class products, Accudraft designs and engineers finishing enclosures and systems around the user and is continuously improving design and materials to produce durable finishing systems.

“We welcome Accudraft to Aiken County and appreciate their investment here. They are a world-class company that will further diversify employment opportunities in the county. We look forward to working with them on their startup which hopefully leads to additional growth. Today’s news would not be possible without the years of tireless work by Aiken County Council to ensure the business conditions are right for companies to locate and be profitable,” Economic Development Partnership Board Chair Gary Stooksbury added.

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