Sticker Mule, MGS, New Wire Marine, Sweet Grass Vodka epanding in South Carolina

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North Carolina Construction News staff writer

Sticker Mule, a custom print and label company will expand operations in Cherokee County with an $18 million investment.

Located at Meadow Creek Industrial Park in Gaffney, Sticker Mule is constructing a new 100,000-square-foot building to expand capacity to meet increasing demand.

The expansion is expected to be complete in 2024.

“Sticker Mule’s expansion in Cherokee County is a win for the Upstate. This is proof that South Carolina is the best location for businesses to grow.”-Senator Harvey S. Peeler Jr.

Several other companies have also announced plans to expand operations in various communities across South Carolina, including:

M.G.S., LLC, a military procurement company, today announced plans to expand in Richland County. The company’s $3 million investment will create 12 new jobs.

Based in the United States, M.G.S., LLC is an international procurement and distribution company that assists the government in the acquisition of police and military equipment and services. The company offers an abundance of products and services including ammunition and components, law enforcement and security, weapon systems and more.

Located at 213 Dawson Road in Columbia, M.G.S., LLC’s expansion includes the construction of a new facility expected to open in April 2023 with additional office and warehousing space.

New Wire Marine, a marine electrical system design company, today announced plans to expand operations in Dorchester County. The company’s $1.8 million investment will create 38 new jobs over the next five years.

Founded in 2010, New Wire Marine delivers American-made, professional-grade marine products, offering an assortment of custom-made marine switch panels, electrical distribution panels, gauge and meter panels, and other marine-grade electrical necessities. The company provides engineered, customizable and affordable products to customers worldwide.

Located at Dorchester Industrial Park in North Charleston, New Wire Marine is adding an 8,000-square-foot warehouse at its site to accommodate company growth and production. The expansion will more than double the current production floor size, allowing for more computer numerical control (CNC) machinery and increased production capacity.

The expansion is expected to be complete in January 2023.

Sweet Grass Vodka, a family-owned spirits and distilling company, today announced plans to establish operations in Charleston County. The company’s $1.7 million investment will create 47 new jobs.

Founded in 2020, Sweet Grass Vodka crafts innovative and high-quality vodka and spirits from South Carolina-grown potatoes. The company is committed to locally sourced ingredients and is known worldwide for its award-winning vodka.

Located at 1640 Meeting Street in Charleston, Sweet Grass Vodka’s new facility will be its first operation in Charleston County and its second location in South Carolina. The Charleston facility will be a bottling plant, offering a tasting room for spirits and small bites.

Operations are expected to be online in October.

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