Upstate Business Journal

Georgia company invests $4.5M in Laurens County

The investment by Reinicke Athens Inc. is expected to create 30 jobs over five years.

December 17, 2014

by Staff

Reinicke Athens Inc., a Georgia-based industrial contractor, is investing $4.5 million in Laurens County to build a manufacturing facility. The investment is expected to create 30 jobs over five years.

Construction is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2015, and hiring is expected to start in the fourth quarter.

The new facility will support new manufacturers who need customized support in installation and implementation of process equipment.

“Congratulations to Reinicke Athens Inc. for deciding to establish operations in Laurens County. It’s always great when a company headquartered in one of our neighboring states elects to expand into South Carolina, and I am excited to watch them succeed in our state,” Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt said in a release.

RAI logoRAI specializes in installations, relocation of industrial manufacturing equipment and full-service construction.

Interested applicants can visit the company’s career page at rai-usa.com/resources/careers.

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