Euro-styled cabinetmaker expands in South Carolina, adds 80 jobs
February 13, 2020 | 10:08 am CST
GREENVILLE, S.C. - European-styled cabinetmaker Prodigy Cabinetry will invest $2.5 million in a new office and manufacturing plant in South Carolina. The company plans on hiring 80 people.
“Prodigy Cabinetry is excited to be opening a state-of-the-art integrated cabinetry manufacturing plant in Greenville, S.C. Greenville's commitment to supporting manufacturers, its talented labor pool and historical role in woodworking convinced us this is the right place for our company," Prodigy Cabinetry CEO Tod Shuttleworth said in a release.
Prodigy makes European full-access styled cabinetry and “all wood 3/4″ plywood box construction”, it says on its website. The company focuses on built-to-order cabinets - either a kitchen or truckload at a time. Products are shipped within two weeks of order placement. 
Everything is manufactured by artisans in Greenville, South Carolina. 
The company has already started hiring. Positions up for grabs include assemblers, CNC operator machinists, industrial maintenance mechanics, material handlers, machine operators, picker/packers, and shipping/receiving. Those interested can apply and find more information here.

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