In the face of mergers and acquisitions in its supplier base, Boeing has decided to ramp up its production of parts for its planes to protect itself from price increases.
With the potential for Boeing to open up new manufacturing lines, the company’s home-away-from-home, South Carolina stands to benefit.
The state has been flooded in new job opportunities thanks to friendly regulations that encourage business to grow.
Employees in the state seem especially happy to work with Boeing.
It’s hard to find a better place than Charleston, South Carolina, one of America’s “Best Cities for Growth” according to Dr. Joel Kotkin and Dr. Michael Shires.
Of course Boeing is a behemoth company that could locate its new production anywhere, but the business friendly, low tax state of South Carolina is the model of what the jet builder will be looking for in its search for homes for new facilities.
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