Italian manufacturing company moves to Orangeburg

The property will be located on Industrial Blvd, the former home of Mayer Industries manufacturing company.

ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SC — An international manufacturing company plans to invest $17.6 million and create 30 jobs in Orangeburg County.

The project is currently codenamed Project Stallion.

The property will be located at 3777 Industrial Blvd, which is the former home of manufacturing company Mayer Industries. J

he new owners are an unidentified manufacturing company based in Italy.

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“We welcome this international company into our community because diversity makes us stronger in manufacturing and as a community as a whole,” Robinson said.

Pat McClean owns the Hoagies Cafe a few miles away.

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“With new people coming in and new businesses coming in. It creates jobs, it adds spice to our lives,” McClean said.

The county says this location was chosen because of its proximity to I-26 and the availability of labor in Orangeburg. He says he works with the South Carolina Technical College system to find employees.

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“We want to do things that we can put in place to help individuals in the community come in and be able to earn a living wage within the community,” County Administrator Harold Young said.

The Orangeburg County Development Commission said it was doing renovations to the building, including installing new truck doors, painting and cleaning the interior of the building. This will help prepare her for her new owners who are due to finalize the property by the end of the month.

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