SIMPSONVILLE, SC- A local manufacturing plant in Greenville County announced a new $52 million expansion that is expected to add 38 new jobs.
Fitesa Simpsonville, Inc., a global leader and innovator in the design and manufacture of nonwoven fabric solution for the global hygiene market, plans to add 20,000 square feet to its existing facility by the end of 2017.
Governor Nikki Haley said, “It’s another great day in South Carolina as we celebrate Fitesa and its decision to expand in Greenville County. With global headquarters already established in the Upstate, this $52 million expansion and the 38 new jobs it will create further show Fitesa’s fantastic commitment to our state and our people.”
The Fitesa Global Marketing Director Ray Dunleavy says Our mission is to be the preferred choice for the supply of nonwoven fabrics to the global hygiene industry, and to deliver high quality products with exceptional service and sustainable processes. We are pleased to continue to grow our operations here and appreciate the support of Greenville County in making this announcement a reality.”