The manufacturer of cable trays and cable bus systems plans to expand its operations in Greenville County to include building a new facility in Mauldin.
“A primary company goal has always been to provide jobs in the Upstate,” said Dusty Henry, president of MP Husky, in a news release from the S.C. Department of Commerce announcing the expansion. “This investment will allow MP Husky to bring more employment opportunities, and we are looking forward to many years of continued growth at this new facility in Mauldin.”
According to its website, MP Husky constructs various cable tray systems and cable bus power distribution systems. The new location will “feature custom metal fabrication operations, including welding, Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machinery and more. It will also house a wide range of other operations, such as engineering, design and in-house lab testing,” according to the news release.
“This project showcases the accomplishments of our state, county and city working in unison to bring investment to a site that is a S.C. Department of Commerce certified site,” said Dennis Raines, mayor of Mauldin, in the release. “We are proud to have MP Husky as Mauldin's newest industry.”
According to the release, job development credits were approved by the Coordinating Council for Economic Development in relation to this project.