Mainstream Pine Products’ 10-acre CTO biorefinery will be located in Charleston International Manufacturing Center. The facility will be capable of processing 110,000 tons of CTO from wood pulp used in paper manufacturing.
French company Nexans, a CIMC tenant and manufacturer of high-voltage cables, has announced an $80 million expansion at Bushy Park. The expansion will allow the company to add underwater cables to their production.
The Charleston International Manufacturing Center (CIMC) at Bushy Park, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pacolet Milliken Enterprises, announced today that they are building a liquid sodium silicate production facility on their site. A versatile raw material, liquid sodium silicate is used in the production of goods such as tires, detergent, adhesive for boxes and toothpaste, to name a few. Construction began earlier this year and should be finished by this summer.
MED-ALLY, a privately-held medical device manufacturer, is locating new operations in Berkeley County. The $2.38 million investment is expected to create 90 new jobs.
In early January 2017, Cooper River Partners announced completion of their $2.7 million solar farm at the Charleston International Manufacturing Center, which is the first of its’ kind established in Berkeley County.
Evonik Corporation, a German chemical manufacturing company, is launching new operations in Berkeley County. The project will result in at least $120 million of new capital investment and the creation of more than 50 jobs.