PG Aerospace, a precision parts manufacturer for the automotive and aerospace industries, is opening a new facility in Pickens County.
The New Jersey-based company will be moving into a 15,000-square-foot facility at 107 Alison St. in Liberty, according to the S.C. Department of Commerce. The company is expected to create 22 new jobs. No investment cost was provided.
“We are extremely excited to be bringing 22 jobs to the city of Liberty. We would like to thank Alliance Pickens, the S.C. Department of Commerce, the staff at Parker Poe and more for supporting us as we locate our new operations in Pickens County,” said PG Aerospace CEO Ana Prodani.
According to a press release, PG Aerospace “is a leader in research and development, custom products, stampings, assemblies, laminates and more.” Those interested in joining the company should contact Ana.Prodani@ProgasketMFG.com.
“It is always exciting news when we can announce that another world-class company is moving to Pickens County. We are all thrilled to welcome PG Aerospace to the Pickens County family of creative, innovative and extraordinary companies who call Pickens County their home, and we look forward to celebrating their continued success,” said Pickens County Council Chairman Roy Costner.