Published March 4, 2014
Meyer Tool Inc., a high-tech supplier to the gas turbine engine industry, is more than tripling its size in a $5 million relocation-expansion that will add at least 50 jobs in Greenville County. The Cincinnati-based company is relocating its Mauldin operations to 85,000 square feet of purchased space on Pelham Road near Interstate 85.
The company specializes in electrical discharge machining, laser machining and welding, waterjet machining, abrasive grinding, coating and other processes.
Founded in 1951, Meyer Tool supplies a range of precision components to the aerospace and gas turbine engine industries. The company has more than 1,100 employees at 10 facilities worldwide.
"Meyer Tool takes great pride in offering the aerospace and gas turbine engine industries a 'one-stop' approach to doing business, and this expanded facility is a key strategic investment in our future growth and success,” said Chris Urban, the company’s general manager in Greenville.