Italian manufacturer creates 150 new jobs in Spartanburg County

The South Carolina Department of Commerce is welcoming Italian manufacturer Ritrama's North American headquarters to Moore -- an $85 million investment in a 350,000-square-foot facility.


The manufacturing plant will use the latest coating technologies in making pressure-sensitive adhesive materials.   File photo

The South Carolina Department of Commerce is welcoming Italian manufacturer Ritrama's North American headquarters to Moore -- an $85 million investment in a 350,000-square-foot facility.

“We at Ritrama are excited about expanding our North American manufacturing footprint in Moore," Ritrama Group CEO Ricardo Rink said. "Both Spartanburg County and the state of South Carolina have been very supportive to work with during this process, and we are looking forward to being part of the community and bringing new jobs to our highly automated, state-of-the-art factory.”

The manufacturing plant will use the latest coating technologies in making pressure-sensitive adhesive materials, such as auto wraps, roll label products for packaging, wall graphics and specialty products. Hiring for the anticipated 150 new jobs will begin this year.

“Ritrama’s decision to locate its facility in Spartanburg County is wonderful news, and the product of a team effort involving our county council and county staff, the Economic Futures Group and the South Carolina Department of Commerce, alongside our valued local economic development allies, Pacolet Milliken, and utility providers," chairman of the Spartanburg County Council’s Economic Development Committee David Britt said. "The area’s expanding, international manufacturing community continues to grow and thrive.”

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