Carolina Poly Inc. is already expanding its relatively new manufacturing site in South Carolina.
The company is spending another $25 million to expand operations in Chester, S.C., a move that will create 75 new jobs.
Carolina Poly was established by Poly-America LP in 2015 and makes products including trash bags, sheeting, silage bags and shrink films. The company markets products under the Husky brand name.
“While we like new industries locating in our county, nothing is better than seeing an existing company expand their operations,” Chester County Supervisor K. Shane Stuart said in a statement.
Poly-America broke ground on the South Carolina site just three years ago, described at the time as a $100 million investment. Poly-America actually had announced plans 9 years earlier to create the film and bag plant after buying property in Chester.
Poly-America, based in Grand Prairie, Texas, ranked 30th in the most recent Plastics News list of film and sheet products in North America with estimated annual sales of $270 million.