SC: ISO Poly Films Inc. Announces Expansion in Laurens County
23 Dec, 2010
Investment expected to create 25 new jobs
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The South Carolina Department of Commerce and Laurens County recently announced that ISO Poly Films Inc. will expand its facility in Laurens County. The $18 million investment is expected to create 25 new jobs.
“We are pleased to move forward with plans to expand our Laurens County facility. Demand for our products is on the rise and this expansion will help us meet our customers’ needs as well as position us for future growth. South Carolina offers us an excellent business environment and the talented workforce we need. We appreciate all the support we have received from state and local officials,” said Jon McClure, CEO of ISO Poly Films Inc.
ISO Poly Films Inc. delivers high-performance films to meet the critical needs of the laminating, printing, coating and converting markets. In 2009 ISO formed a strategic partnership with Sigma Plastics Group to meet the growing demands for production.
“ISO Poly Films Inc. has been part of the South Carolina business community for more than a decade and this expansion reaffirms the company's commitment to our state and to Laurens County. As well, this expansion is another example of a high-tech start-up that has found success in the Palmetto State as a result of our favorable business climate and skilled workforce. South Carolina must continue to enhance its business-friendly climate by keeping business taxes and regulatory costs low so that we may continue to help our existing businesses grow and attract even more job opportunities for South Carolinians,” said Joe Taylor, Secretary of Commerce.
“ISO Poly Films has been a great asset to our county,” said Laurens County Council Chairman Jim Coleman. “They have had multiple expansions since their start up and continue to create good paying jobs for our citizens.”
“Not only has ISO Poly Films created jobs and capital investment for our county, they have also been extremely active with educational opportunities for the students in the school district,” said Laurens County Development Corporation Existing Business Manager Jonathan Coleman.
Anyone interested in job opportunities with the company should send an e-mail to email@example.com.
ISO Poly Films Inc., founded in 1998, operates a 135,000-square-foot facility in Laurens County. In November of 2010, the company purchased and installed its fourth film line in two years and ISO now operates a total of 11 film lines. For more information about the company, please visit www.isopoly.com.
About S.C. Department of Commerce
The S.C. Department of Commerce works closely with economic development professionals throughout the state to recruit new jobs and investments and help existing businesses grow. Commerce has been recognized for its success in the areas of job creation and economic impact by Area Development and Business Facilities magazines. The S.C. Department of Commerce was one of 10 state economic development organizations to receive Area Development’s Silver Shovel Award in 2009 and Commerce received the 2009 Deal of the Year award from Business Facilities magazine. Southern Business & Development also awarded the S.C. Department of Commerce the “Deal of the Year” for the 2010 SB&D 100. Commerce received the recognitions for Boeing’s selection of North Charleston for the company’s second final assembly plant to support the 787 Dreamliner program. In addition to job and investment recruitment, the agency provides a range of business support services and offers grants for community development and infrastructure improvements. For more information, visit www.SCcommerce.com.