ClickFold Plastics Expands Operations in Indian Land, South Carolina
The new facility is projected to be online by the fourth quarter of 2021.
“ClickFold Plastics’ new facility will provide us with a much more conducive location and layout for our operation. We’ve experienced strong growth over the past 20 years, and the need for a new building had become paramount. Our growth to Bailes Ridge Corporate Park in Lancaster County provides us with easy access to two interstates and Charlotte Douglas International Airport, which are critical to our efficiency. The outstanding support the county and state economic development teams provided us with site selection, development issues and incentives was instrumental in ClickFold’s location decision and will allow us to open quickly and economically. We look forward to being in the building early next year,” said ClickFold CEO and Founder Patrick Oltmanns.
“ClickFold Plastics is an impressive company and I can’t wait to see them producing parts here in 2021. Mr. Oltmanns represents the type of visionary entrepreneur and business leader that has become synonymous with Lancaster County and made us a premier location for companies seeking to turn ‘their big dreams into realities.’ Lancaster County’s incredibly strong manufacturing sector will be getting a bit stronger with the addition of ClickFold Plastics.” Said Lancaster County Department of Economic Development Executive Director Jamie Gilbert.
Founded in 2000, ClickFold Plastics designs and manufactures custom plastic parts including enclosures, housings, covers and panels, utilizing a proprietary process that eliminates the need for molds and tooling. “Lancaster County is pleased and excited that we will be the new home for ClickFold Plastics. Our excellent business climate and skilled workforce that supports a variety of manufacturers will be a significant benefit to ClickFold as they grow their operations. We welcome ClickFold to our community and greatly appreciate their decision to choose Lancaster County,” Lancaster County Council Chairman Steve Harper said.
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