South Carolina Power Team is a full-service, nonprofit economic development organization representing the state-owned water and electric utility, Santee Cooper, and the state’s 20 customer-owned electric cooperatives. Its mission is to facilitate growth of jobs, investment, and electric load through the attraction of new industrial activity, as well as, expansion of existing businesses within its service area. Its website features custom GIS components featuring continuous, real-time data from ESRI and Chmura offering research tools to include: Sites-Parks-Buildings GIS Application; SC Data; Demographic and Market Reports; and Target Industry Profiles.
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Dorchester County is centrally located midway between New York and Miami, and is "right next door" to a multimodal transportation network. With nearby access to the Charleston International Airport, the rail networks of CSX and Norfolk Southern, Interstates 95 and 26, and the Port of Charleston, the Lowcountry provides a variety of options to help companies receive materials and transport their finished products quickly.
There are over 5,000 acres of available sites, 3 certified Industrial Parks, and a variety of buildings to choose from that include a 42,000 square foot virtual spec building. Prospective industries will find companies like Bosch, Caterpillar, ArborGen, and Showa Denko already enjoying Dorchester County's low business costs, productive workforce, and exceptional quality of life. In 2010, we announce $200 million in capital investment and over 650 jobs, and in 2011, we announced an investment of nearly $300 million and 176 new jobs.
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The City of Clinton is located at the intersection of two interstates — I-26 and I-385 and is the Gateway to the upstate of South Carolina. Two interstates, proximity to GSP International and the Inland Port makes Clinton’s connectivity for industry exceptional. The proximity to Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Research, Clemson’s Advanced Materials Research Center and Laurens County’s Center for Advanced Manufacturing provides highly trained graduates for industries locating in our area.
Clinton has two industrial parks, one a Class A Park that is certified by the South Carolina Department of Commerce, a 100,000 SF pre-compacted building pad and a 75,000 SF speculative building ready for prospective industries. All these sites are within one mile or less of the interstate.
Accessibility, product and a skilled workforce makes Clinton a community with all the advantages.
There is no place quite like Laurens County. With highly trained graduates, world-renowned professors and a dynamic workforce, we’re an international leader in industries such as automotive, healthcare and advanced materials. Due to its superior infrastructure and strategic location in Upstate South Carolina, Laurens County is fast becoming one of the most sought after manufacturing and logistics hubs in the country. Home to approximately 70 industries, Laurens County provides an exceptional business climate for some of the world’s most forward thinking companies. We offer an unmatched quality of life for residents, with excellent schools, diverse dining options and a multitude of cultural and recreational opportunities. It’s easy to see why people are blown away by Laurens County.