Pro Towels Invests More Than $1.7 Million To Expand Abbeville County, South Carolina, Manufacturing Complex
Last month, Pro Towels announced the acquisition of the Vancouver-based Kanata Blanket Company, as well as plans to partially relocate Kanata operations into Pro Towels’ existing 300,000-square-foot Abbeville County facility, which is located at 234 Industrial Park Road. To accommodate the increase in production, the company will upfit its building and invest in new machinery. The expansion project, which is expected to result in more than 50 new jobs, is projected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2020.
“Pro Towels has long enjoyed an excellent relationship with Abbeville County and the State of South Carolina. We appreciate the cooperation that both have demonstrated as we continue to grow our business. Abbeville has been an ideal home for us, and the strength of the local community and its high-quality workforce will continue to be the backbone of our success. We look forward to a bright future in Abbeville with this expansion,” Pro Towels President Kevin Nord said.
Established in 2006 when Towels, Etc. acquired Professional Towel Mills, Pro Towels aims to provide its customers with top-quality promotional products, such as beach, golf, fitness and rally towels, as well as bathrobes, blankets and sweatshirts. In addition to its Abbeville County facility, the privately-held, Pittsburgh-based firm also operates a facility in California.
“It’s always exciting when a company decides to expand its operations in our state. With this $1.7 million investment, Pro Towels is creating 50 new jobs and demonstrating their commitment to South Carolina, and we look forward to watching this great company continue its success here for many years to come,” said Governor Nikki Haley.
“Pro Towels has been a large part of Abbeville County for many years, and it is exciting to see their continued commitment to our community. Abbeville County strives to create a positive environment where business can flourish, and this expansion shows that the business climate in Abbeville is continuing to grow. We look forward to partnering with Pro Towels and assisting them in any way possible in the future,” said Abbeville County Council Chairman Bryan McClain.
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