MSI Mold Builders, a plastic injection mold manufacturing company, today announced plans to expand the company’s current operations in Greenville County, South Carolina. The more than $2.5 million investment is expected to create six new jobs.
Founded in 1971, MSI Mold Builders uses computer numerical control (CNC) equipment to design and build steel and aluminum molds for a wide variety of industries, including the technology, sporting, medical and transportation sectors.
“MSI is excited to expand its production capacity in Greenville,” said MSI Mold Builders Chief Operating Officer Steve Hoeger. “The skilled workforce coupled with Greenville County initiatives to grow its workforce made the decision of where to expand very easy.”
Located at 110 Park Place Court in the City of Mauldin in Greenville County, S.C., MSI Mold Builders’ expansion will increase the company’s capacity to keep up with growing sales. The investment will be used to increase the company’s workforce and purchase large and advanced CNC equipment.
“Today, we celebrate the continued growth of another one of our existing companies. MSI Mold Builders’ decision to further invest in Greenville County is a testament to the business-friendly environment that exists in Upstate and across South Carolina,” added South Carolina Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.
Customers turn to MSI to design and build various types of steel and aluminum molds for injection, structural foam, rim, blow, gas assist and structural web processes. They also design and build aluminum injection molds for limited production runs and currently serve customers in the computer, business machine, medical diagnostics, material handling, sporting goods, lawn and garden, appliance, consumer electronics, heavy equipment and transportation industries.
"Greenville County Council welcomes MSI Mold Builders’ decision to expand operations in Greenville County by investing $2.5 million in production facilities and adding 6 new positions,” noted Greenville County Council Chairman and Board Member of the Greenville Area Development Corporation H.G. "Butch" Kirven. “MSI Mold Builders provides molds of exceptional quality and durability and has operated in Greenville since 2001, where it has found an ideal fit for its business aided by our attractive business climate and the outstanding workforce here."
MSI Mold Builders’ new expansion will be ongoing for the next several years. New equipment and workforce increases will begin in 2020 and be fully complete by 2023. Individuals interested in joining the MSI Mold Builders team should visit the company website.
“As a rapidly growing city with a strong desire to support local business and industry, the City of Mauldin is delighted to see MSI Mold Builders continue to grow and thrive here. We congratulate them on their announcement and wish them continued success in our vibrant community,” added Mayor Dennis Raines of the City of Mauldin.
The Greenville Area Development Corporation is a non-profit organization established by Greenville County Council to promote and enhance the economic growth and development of Greenville County. Since its founding in 2001, GADC efforts have resulted in the creation of more than 27,000 new jobs and more than $5 billion in capital investment in Greenville County, SC. To learn more, please visit the GADC website or call 864-235-2008.