EAS Change Systems, a company that supports the plastic injection molding industry, will locate its headquarters for North and Central American operations in the South Carolina Technology and Aviation Center at 200 Augusta Arbor Way in Greenville.
“Moving our operations to Greenville, S.C., places us in the middle of the most exciting region for plastics and automotive in the United States. Here, we can find a high-quality workforce, and we’re located in close proximity to many of our global customers,” EAS Change Systems CEO Vincent Nijzink said.
EAS Change Systems manufactures quick-clamping and quick-changing systems for plastic injection molding machines and metal stamping presses, according to a press release from the S.C. Department of Commerce.
The company’s headquarters is expected to be online in the comings weeks and will create 20 new jobs. Hiring for the new positions is already underway, and interested applicants should contact [email protected].
“As a project offering high-tech, innovative services that support our region’s existing manufacturers, EAS Change Systems embodies new economic development approaches. We’re pleased to welcome them to the Upstate and congratulate the Greenville Area Development Commission and SCTAC on bringing this light manufacturing regional headquarters to our community,” said John Lummus, president and CEO of Upstate S.C. Alliance.