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Mark Peters : June 28th 2017 - 22:22 CET

Samsung to build new Home Appliance plant in the US


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SamsungSamsung home appliance manufacturing plant : Samsung Korea reached an agreement with the State of South Carolina to open a home appliance manufacturing plant in Newberry County. The $380M manufacturing facility will produce some of Samsung’s most popular home appliance products. The Samsung Home appliance plant will generate almost 1000 local jobs by 2020. Samsung Electronics began contemplating an expansion of its US production base nearly three years ago and initiated discussions with South Carolina in the fall of 2016. The company ultimately selected the Newberry County site for its workforce, robust supply chain and transportation infrastructure and commitment to public-private partnerships.
Samsung home appliances

Samsung Home Appliances
When fully operational, the plant will employ workers across a broad range of advanced manufacturing roles, including craftsmen, operators, engineers and other both technical and non-technical positions.

Samsung manufacturing plant

The new manufacturing plant will produce premium home appliances including Samsung washing machines from early next year. Samsung already operates a call center in Greenville, South Carolina, that supports 800 full time and contracted jobs.

South Carolina governor

South Carolina Governor
"The fact that one of the world’s largest and most respected technology companies is choosing to invest in South Carolina speaks volumes about the innovation and excellence our talented workforce is capable of," said South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster. "I’m thrilled to strengthen our state’s partnership with Samsung and look forward to working with them to get this new facility up and running, and producing high quality made-in-South Carolina products."

United States Commerce

United States Commerce
"Samsung’s investment is great news for South Carolina and the United States, and it is a direct reflection of the fact that America is becoming an even stronger destination for global businesses looking to grow," said United States Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. "I congratulate Samsung on its expansion in the United States and wish the company success as it starts up its new facility in South Carolina."

Senator South Carolina

Senator from South Carolina
"As a global leader in technology, Samsung Electronics could have gone anywhere to locate its new home appliance facility, but chose to invest in South Carolina because it’s a great place to do business," said Lindsey Graham, US Senator from South Carolina. "Samsung’s new plant will inject millions of dollars into Newberry and serve as a catalyst for further investment across the Palmetto State. I’m excited we are strengthening South Carolina’s collaboration and partnership with Samsung. It will pay dividends for both in the years to come."

Samsung Electronics America

Better relation with American consumers
"For nearly forty years, Samsung has steadily expanded our operations in the US - creating thousands of jobs and investing billions of dollars in cutting edge manufacturing facilities, research and development," said Samsung Electronics America President & CEO Tim Baxter. "With this investment, Samsung is reaffirming its commitment to expanding its US operations and deepening our connection to the American consumers, engineers and innovators who are driving global trends in consumer electronics."

Samsung digital appliance business

Samsung Digital Appliance Business
"Innovation is part of our DNA at Samsung Electronics and few markets have been more crucial to our company’s growth strategy than the US," said Byungsam Suh, Executive Vice President, Head of Digital Appliance Business, Samsung Electronics. "We are excited to put even more US engineering power behind our premium products and look forward to a mutually beneficial partnership with the people of South Carolina."

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