Precision Swiss Products, which manufactures high precision component parts, will create 125 new jobs in Brunswick County.
The company will invest more than $9.3 million to locate its headquarters and manufacturing facility at the International Logistics Park shared by Brunswick and Columbus counties.
PSP is a major producer of small, high precision parts for the aerospace, medical device and semiconductor industries. Made of microscopic metal and plastic, PSP’s parts are used in heart valves, implantables, braking systems, throttles, and chamber components. The company will use the latest technology and robotics to manufacture its innovative parts in a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility to be built in the International Logistics Park.
“We are excited to be moving our headquarters and significantly expanding our manufacturing footprint in North Carolina,” PSP CEO Norbert Kozar stated. “We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial partnership with the State of North Carolina and Brunswick County working together to create these highly skilled jobs and look forward to working with the local colleges in providing training for future jobs as we grow our business.”