125 manufacturing jobs coming to Blythewood area

thestate | 11/14/2017 | Staff
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Work has begun on a plastic bag manufacturing plant near Blythewood that will employ about 125 workers when it opens in a year.

Charter Nex Films is building a 140,000-square-foot plant on a 31-acre portion of the former Sony property along I-77, said Jeff Ruble, Richland County’s economic development director. The county donated 25 acres, and is offering the company a 20-year tax break as an inducement, he said Tuesday.

Plant - Film - Customers - Pouches - Grocery

The plant will make film that is converted by its customers into plastic pouches such as those seen regularly on grocery store shelves. The cereal industry particularly is using pouches instead of cardboard boxes,...
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