Columbia Real Estate Update 9-30-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / SEPT. 30, 2011
Grant funds totaling $123,000 will be used to purchase instructional equipment for three nuclear laboratories used in training nuclear systems and nuclear chemistry technicians at Midlands Tech.
Item Southeast, a metal working firm, today announced plans to invest $1.5 million to expand its current operations in Greenwood County. The investment is expected to generate 10 jobs, and the company expects to be in its new facility by October.
National Association of Foreign Trade Zones recognized BMW Manufacturing Co. as the largest vehicle exporter from the U.S. to non-NAFTA markets. The Greer plant contributed more than $3.1 billion in exports in 2009 and more than $4 billion annually in 2010.
The Summerville-based company that develops and commercializes technologies to increase tree productivity will work with academic and industrial partners to develop a sustainable source of woody biomass to produce green energy.
The Jimco Group is locating the new facility next to the North Charleston Terminal to transfer agricultural exports from rail cars to shipping containers.
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The Gel Group Inc. has an opening for an analyst in training in its radiochemistry laboratory – liquid scintillation prep lab. The position for the Charleston-based company is responsible for support of various laboratory functions. The duties of this position represent routine procedures that are carried out independently. Learn more or apply here.
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