Mauldin, S.C. — MSI Mold Builders Inc. is investing more than $2.5 million to buy large computer numerically controlled machining equipment at its plant in Mauldin, near Greenville, where it will create six new jobs.
The expansion and hiring will begin in 2020, and will be complete by 2023.
MSI, based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, has operated the mold shop in Greenville County since 2001. The company makes steel and aluminum molds for injection molding, blow molding, compression molding, reaction injection molding and structural foam.
"MSI is excited to expand its production in Greenville," Chief Operating Officer Steve Hoeger said. "The skilled workforce coupled with Greenville County initiatives to grow its workforce made the decision of where to expand very easy."
MSI Mold Builders worked with the Greenville Area Development Corp. on the project.