Creation of Approximately 100 New Jobs 

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The S.C. Department of Commerce and Governor Henry McMaster today announced that Perdue Farms has completed a $25 million expansion at its harvest operation in Dillon County, creating 100 additional jobs. The company produces a variety of no-antibiotics-ever chicken products for retail and food service customers. 

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COLUMBIA, S.C. – Horton Holding, Inc., a premium provider of engine-cooling solutions, today announced plans to locate new operations in Oconee County, creating 125 new jobs.

Horton Holding manufactures and markets fan drives, fans and related components for the on-highway, off-highway and industrial sectors. Serving manufacturers of trucks, buses, off-road equipment and more, the company operates more than 15 facilities worldwide and has a global network of more than 900 distributor locations. 

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Premium pet supply store “speaks pet” at new location in Greenville

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Greenville, SC  –  Pet Supermarket, a premium pet supplies, accessories and grooming retailer, is celebrating the grand opening of their Greenville, South Carolina location on Saturday, April 13 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Attendees can check out the variety of products and services Pet Supermarket provides, including the store’s signature self-serve dog wash stations.    

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Global Logistics Provider Expected to Create Approximately 450 New Jobs

COLUMBIA, S.C. – DHL Supply Chain, a leader in contract logistics and part of Deutsche Post DHL Group, today announced plans to construct a new distribution and warehousing park in Dorchester County that will open in phases, developed by DHL Real Estate Solutions. The company’s $100 million investment is projected to create approximately 450 new jobs.

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$17.1 Million Investment to Create 31 Additional Jobs

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Greenwood Fabricating and Platingtoday announced plans to expand its existing Greenwood County manufacturing operations. The company’s $17.1 million investment is projected to create an additional 31 new jobs.

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Apparently, the Southern Poverty Law Center isn't going to let a few dozen allegations of racism and sexual harassment get in the way of some good, old-fashioned fundraising. As far as board chairman Bryan Fair is concerned, it's business as usual at the "Poverty Palace." The hate machine, he assures donors, isn't slowing down just because the group's credibility is in tatters. So, if you'd like to send a nice little gift to an organization ravaged by scandal, he knows the perfect place.

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Company Bringing $2.6 Million Investment to Community

COLUMBIA, S.C. – AKPA Kimya Organic Peroxides and Initiators (AKPA Kimya) today announced plans to locate a new distribution and warehousing facility for organic products in Allendale County. The development is projected to bring $2.6 million in capital investment and create 13 new jobs.

Founded in 1997 in Istanbul, Turkey, AKPA Kimya specializes in the production of organic peroxide, initiator, accelerator and paint dryers used in the composite, petrochemical and paint sectors. With a wide range of products in the chemical industry, AKPA Kimya provides fast and efficient product supply worldwide, including to North America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. 

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