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Thermo King promises hundreds of jobs, building new plant in Greenville County

A global company announced Wednesday its plans to build a new multi-million-dollar plant in Greenville County. Thermo King, the transport refrigeration brand of global Trane Technologies said in a release that its $30 million investment will create 220 new jobs and add nearly 300,000 square feet of manufacturing capacity designed to enable and sustain the company’s future growth. Thermo King will establish its operations at a site located in Willimon Industrial Park, located at 1500 Perimeter Road and situated just south of the South Carolina Technology & Aviation Center (SCTAC). Company officials said they will begin hiring immediately for key management roles in production, human resources, information technology and manufacturing engineering. Job fairs and new employee training events will take place this summer, and the site will be operational by mid-2023, the company said. Anyone interested in applying for a position should visit the company’s careers page.”We are proud to expand our Thermo King operations to Greenville County, and we are grateful to the state of South Carolina for its partnership,” Karin De Bondt, Thermo King Americas president, said. “It’s an exciting time for our business, and we are happy to be joining such a supportive community rich with talent.” According to the release, Thermo King revolutionized the cold chain with its invention of transport refrigeration in 1938. Today, the company is a worldwide leader in the design and manufacturing of sustainable climate-control solutions that enable the safe and efficient transport of life-sustaining cargo, including food and medicine, to people around the world. “South Carolina’s elite workforce continues to attract top tier businesses, and today’s announcement by Trane Technologies’ Thermo King will further boost our reputation as a state that can get any job done, Gov. Henry McMaster said. “We’ve worked hard to create a pro-business environment, and our efforts continue to pay off.

A global company announced Wednesday its plans to build a new multi-million-dollar plant in Greenville County.

Thermo King, the transport refrigeration brand of global Trane Technologies said in a release that its $30 million investment will create 220 new jobs and add nearly 300,000 square feet of manufacturing capacity designed to enable and sustain the company’s future growth.

Thermo King will establish its operations at a site located in Willimon Industrial Park, located at 1500 Perimeter Road and situated just south of the South Carolina Technology & Aviation Center (SCTAC).

Company officials said they will begin hiring immediately for key management roles in production, human resources, information technology and manufacturing engineering.

Job fairs and new employee training events will take place this summer, and the site will be operational by mid-2023, the company said.

Anyone interested in applying for a position should visit the company’s careers page.

“We are proud to expand our Thermo King operations to Greenville County, and we are grateful to the state of South Carolina for its partnership,” Karin De Bondt, Thermo King Americas president, said. “It’s an exciting time for our business, and we are happy to be joining such a supportive community rich with talent.”

According to the release, Thermo King revolutionized the cold chain with its invention of transport refrigeration in 1938. Today, the company is a worldwide leader in the design and manufacturing of sustainable climate-control solutions that enable the safe and efficient transport of life-sustaining charge, including food and medicine, to people around the world.

“South Carolina’s elite workforce continues to attract top tier businesses, and today’s announcement by Trane Technologies’ Thermo King will further boost our reputation as a state that can get any job done, Gov. Henry McMaster said. “We’ve worked hard to create a pro-business environment, and our efforts continue to pay off.

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