CABTEQ cabinetry invests $3 million and adds 125 new jobs in South Carolina


ROCK HILL, S.C. – Commercial cabinet manufacturer CABTEQ Solutions plans to invest $3 million in a new 80,000-square-foot facility in York County, South Carolina. The expansion is expected to create 125 new jobs.

“It’s very gratifying to partner with the State of South Carolina and York County in building our workforce and having positive economic and social impacts on our region and my hometown of Rock Hill," said CABTEQ Solutions President Ben Chapman. "I am extremely proud of my hometown and look forward to serving it for years to come.”


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ROL USA, a subsidiary of the Swedish furniture firm, ROL Ergo, will build a 140,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Holland Charter Township, Michigan, investing $19.8 million and creating approximately 51 new jobs within the first two years of construction.

South Carolina's Coordinating Council for Economic Development approved a $150,000 grant to York County to assist with the costs of real property improvements for the expansion.

Photo: CABTEQ/Facebook

CABTEQ Solutions is located in Rock Hill, South Carolina. It offers design, manufacturing and installation services and serves a variety of commercial markets, including the dental and overall medical markets.


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