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PIDC to open new manufacturing facility, add jobs in Spartanburg

Chemical manufacturer Pacific Industrial Development Corp. is opening a Spartanburg manufacturing facility that will create 53 new jobs over the next five years.

Greenville-based ScanSource opens office in Poland

ScanSource Communications, a Greenville-based company that provides technology products and solutions, has opened an office in Warsaw, Poland.

South Carolina Chamber voices support to Senate on key bills

The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce recently sent two Key Vote letters to members of the South Carolina Senate, expressing its support for bills on employee benefits and the superintendent of education.

Aiken Chamber of Commerce unveils new online job board

The Aiken Chamber of Commerce's new online job board,, is now available.

State treasurer responds to attorney general's opinion

South Carolina Treasurer Curtis Loftis released a statement following the Attorney General’s Office’s issuance of an official position on the state’s pension system.

Hobbs earns Palmetto Health’s Lead by Example Award

Marjorie Hobbs, manager of Behavioral Care Day Treatment, has been awarded Palmetto Health’s Lead by Example Award for 2016.

Oxco to launch operations in York County

Oxco Inc., a light manufacturer and supplier of non-woven materials, will launch operations in York County.

IAM vote at Boeing was driven by union 'bosses in Washington State,' says national labor expert

"This was a big statement by the workers in Charleston that they aren’t buying what IAM bosses are selling," said Mark Mix, president, National Right to Work Committee.

IAM suffers stinging defeat as Boeing workers reject union

After a hard-fought battle, in which Lowcountry airwaves have been filled with ads for weeks, Boeing workers rejected the International Association of Machinists' (IAM) efforts to unionize the aerospace company's North Charleston, SC plant.

Lear Corp. to expand its facility in Spartanburg

Automotive seating supplier Lear Corp. plans to expand its existing operations in Spartanburg County.

Response Packaging creates 100 new jobs in Greenville

Response Packaging, a returnable packaging manufacturer headquartered in South Carolina, plans to expand its existing facility in Greenville County.

College of Charleston provides job fair for hospitality workers

The College of Charleston School of Business Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management recently hosted a hospitality opportunity fair in the TD Arena. 

Greystar continues to develop quality housing in Mexico

Greystar Real Estate Partners LLC , a firm involved in the investment, development and management of rental housing, has filed an application to place a development capital certificate on the Mexican Stock Exchange.

Volvo takes steps to ensure it's a good neighbor in the Lowcountry

Volvo Cars is in the process of opening its first U.S.-based factory in Berkeley County, South Carolina that is estimated to produce up to 100,000 cars annually.

Charleston's Glasgow named to Chamber executives board

Alex Glasgow, the leadership programs director for the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, has been named to the 2017 Carolina’s Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives Board.

Antonelli named principal at Carolina Park Elementary School

The Charleston County School District has appointed Michael Antonelli principal of Carolina Park Elementary School, a new school that will open in August with kindergarten through fifth grade.

Greenville Chamber CEO to participate in Diversity Leaders Initiative

Carlos Phillips, president and CEO of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, is one of 45 leaders from across the Upstate and surrounding areas selected to participate in the Riley Institute at Furman’s Diversity Leaders Initiative.

United Community Bank taps Woodward to lead South Carolina operations

United Community Bank's Dixon Woodward is taking over banking operations in South Carolina.

DCGT to begin construction of Charleston Project following federal approval

Dominion Carolina Gas Transmission recently received approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to advance its Charleston Project into the construction phase.

Impact of Wednesday's union vote at Boeing SC to be felt throughout Lowcountry

While most Lowcountry voters will have to wait until later this year to cast their vote in local Elections, a sizable group will head to the polls this Wednesday.That’s the date that has been set for an election for many Boeing employees to vote on whether or not to join the International Association of Machinists labor union.

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