ACS Manufacturing brings 150 new jobs to Upstate


ACS Manufacturing Inc. announced April 24 that new manufacturing operations will create more than 150 jobs in Abbeville County. The $6 million investment will create these new jobs over the next five years.

“ACS is very excited to be expanding our business to the Abbeville, S.C. area and working with the local and state agencies to get our facility operational as soon as possible,” said ACS Manufacturing President Dan Knox. “We have big plans to grow this location quickly and will be adding many new jobs to the area.”

Founded in Texas in 1995, ACS Manufacturing delivers various solutions for sound and environmental needs, such as acoustical equipment enclosures, fuel tanks, turbine systems, and skids. The company prides itself in supporting industry leaders in the oil and gas, data centers, power generation, hospitals, and wastewater treatment markets through the years.

“South Carolina’s workforce continues to show that it can produce high-quality products. ACS Manufacturing’s decision to establish operations in Abbeville County is a testament to that, and I look forward to watching all that the local workers will achieve in the years ahead,” Gov. Henry McMaster said.

The 141,000-square-foot facility located at 1439 Cambridge St. Ext. in Abbeville is estimated to come online in the third quarter of 2018. Anyone interested in employment with ACS Manufacturing should visit for more information.

Job development credits for this project have been approved by The Coordinating Council for Economic Development.

“This is a great day for Abbeville County! We are honored that ACS Manufacturing has selected Abbeville County to grow their business. We believe it speaks to the quality of our workforce,” said Abbeville County Council Chairman Bryan McClain. “County council is especially grateful that ACS Manufacturing has chosen our community for their financial investment and creation of these quality jobs. We look forward to working with ACS Manufacturing for many years to come.”


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