CHS Finishes Strong As Site for New Manufacturing Choices

After recent wins such as Volvo and Mercedes and Boeing, Charleston remains strong as a choice for new manufacturing according to a national industrial site selection expert; among CHS’ strengths:

  • Trident Technical College collaboration with the private sector and the nation’s best workforce training programs
  • Low taxes and less regulation interference
  • Quality of life
  • Right-To-Work state, with only 2.1% workers unionized

Charleston ranked #3 among 24 “hot-manufacturing markets” studied by Princeton, NJ-based The Boyd Co. that studies site selection opportunities for companies nationwide.

David Wren has the story here for The Post and Courier.

 

 

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Posted on January 21, 2017, in CHS, CHS Jobs/Economy, SC Jobs/Economy, The Post and Courier. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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