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BENNETTSVILLE, SC ?¡ìC Marlboro County Council as well as Marlboro County Financial Enhancement Partnership these days announced ECAPS Corp, a manufacturer of "green" building elements, ideas to invest no less than $3.4 million and also to produce no

Online PR News – 29-April-2011 – – BENNETTSVILLE, SC ?¡ìC Marlboro County Council as well as Marlboro County Financial Progress Partnership at this time announced ECAPS Corp, a manufacturer of "green" building resources, plans to invest at the least $3.4 million and to create at the least a hundred and fifty new jobs in Marlboro County about another five decades.

Today's announcement was enabled by a mixture of monetary and technical help in the S.C. Division of Commerce as well as Northeastern Strategic Alliance.

"ECAPS Corporation is pleased to announce our intent to locate our aluminum composite panel fabrication, distribution and purchaser services middle in Marlboro County, South Carolina. In the next three in addition to a fifty percent decades this conclusion will end result from the improvement of a hundred and fifty hugely skilled new work as well as a money investment of additional than $3.four million. Our stockholders have committed on their own unreservedly to this endeavor and they join me in creating particular that no energy is spared while in the timely commencement in the final phase of this critical challenge," reported Steen Frandsen, CEO of ECAPS.

Jacquiline Huard Co-founder and Chair on the ECAPS Board of Directors explained the neighborhood of Marlboro County and also the Pee Dee would gain in the continuing educational systems and curriculum. "The unique commitments to excellent sets us aside from our opposition and help construct a powerful basis with our customers, our staff and the group at large."

ECAPS will engineer, manufacture and distribute customized solutions for aluminum composite cladding of new and aged constructing from this new plant. The business will begin ramping up its first of 2 phases in the short-term setting whilst the long term facility complicated is up fitted for his or her occupancy. Restricted manufacturing is expected to start from the 2nd quarter of this 12 months.

The company's will find its new production and distribution on the former BORO production complex in Bennettsville. The BORO facility closed from the late 1980's and had fallen into disrepair.

"Marlboro County Council is energized about today's announcement, reported County Council Chairman Ron Munnerlyn. "So quite a few instances new sector locates in new buildings, leaving former websites left to decay. The ECAPS challenge won't only produce work opportunities, but; redevelop amongst these sites, doing our local community more appealing for citizens and probable new industries. The one hundred fifty as well as careers that ECAPS is bringing to our county are critically important to our residents and also the wellbeing of our community. It really is equally rewarding to become capable to announce this in the context on the revitalization on the dormant Boro Wood Solutions Complex."

"Throughout the years, the aged Boro site was a noble reminder from the past for a lot of of us; the organization built a high quality products, every person realized someone who worked there and you also could not journey I-95 without seeing their green trucks with yellow logo. The ECAPS undertaking will return this spot to its former glory ?¡ìC generating careers and revitalizing the instant vicinity of the facility, "said Dr. Carolyn Prince, Council Vice Chair and representative of the Council district in which the ECAPS website is found.

"Teamwork and emphasis all the way through the process and the total county full of willing resources, were the keys to acquiring this project settled into Marlboro County and South Carolina. This started off with an initial prospect visit hosted by Aubrey Crosland (President from the PeeDee CDC), that introduced the project and their CEO to Marlboro County, and culminated having a 2nd and unique County Council meeting on Great Friday. It is actually that energy and tens of other resources in amongst." opined Ron King, Executive Director on the Partnership.

"On behalf of the North Eastern Strategic Alliance, I might like to welcome one more green market place to Marlboro County. ECAPS Corporation features a vibrant future ahead of it," mentioned state Senator J. Yancey McGill, NESA chairman. "The exact same teamwork that brought it to your region will support it achieve success right here. I'm encouraged from the announcement of this undertaking plus the latest announcement of Carolina AAC. It seems to be like Marlboro County is developing a cluster that may be around the innovative with the green constructing elements market place. I look ahead to watching ECAPS expand in Marlboro County."

ECAPS Corp., a start-up "green" developing resources aluminum cladding organization, will locate its new manufacturing and distribution facility in Marlboro County in an existing production complex located at 239 Maple Street in Bennettsville. The organization will engineer, manufacture and distribute personalized options for aluminum composite cladding of new and outdated building from this new plant.

"It's so exhilarating to view this kind of multi-million dollar work generating investment in Marlboro County," stated Gov. Haley. "We've mentioned all along that we will provide work to every single component of South Carolina, and that is specifically what we have executed in the course of our first one hundred days."

"This announcement is an additional win for South Carolina, and certainly one of our state's rural spots in particular. We enjoy ECAPS Corp.'s selection to accomplish organization and create employment inside Palmetto State. This announcement was the consequence of the crew effort and supplies a further illustration on the final results we are able to reach by doing work collectively with the state and local levels," reported Bobby Hitt, Secretary of Commerce.

ECAPS expects to start ramping up its first operations in the momentary setting though the complex is getting readied for his or her occupancy. Limited manufacturing is expected to start from the 2nd quarter of this yr.