DELIVERING A LOGISTICAL EDGE
Located between the state's capital, Columbia, and the state's largest port city, Charleston, companies in Orangeburg County have a decisive logistical advantage. Interstate access via I-95 and I-26 keeps products moving while the nearby top-ranked Port of Charleston connects Orangeburg to the world. A robust technical college fostering young talent and a labor force of nearly half a million within 60-minutes ensures success for global brands like Husqvarna and GKN Aerospace. With Volvo’s vehicle manufacturing facility less than 20 miles away and thousands of skilled craftspeople within its borders, suppliers are already taking notice, while an abundance of development ready industrial land proves Orangeburg County is ready to welcome new business.
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Nearly 44,000 employed in manufacturing within 60-minutes
Chemical Manufacturing Industry 3.1 Xmore concentrated than the national average
18.4% employed in manufacturing
Over 50% of manufacturing employees work for a foreign-owned company
Employers That Call Orangeburg County Home
With more than three dozen listings on the National Registry of Historic Places and extensive natural beauty, Orangeburg County has a captivating appeal. From moss-draped oak trees to abundant golf courses to picturesque lakes and rivers and unique festivals and events like the Festival of Roses and the Grand American Coon Hunt, Orangeburg County offers a unique lifestyle with all the comforts of home.