FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 9, 2020
Ctg² Technologies to Locate Manufacturing Facility in Bamberg
(Bamberg, SC)--Ctg² Technologies, a manufacturer of protective coatings for print, announced today that the company will be relocating their manufacturing operations to Bamberg, South Carolina, creating 10-12 jobs and investing $1 million over the next five years.
With over 75 years in the printing business, the owners of Ctg² Technologies work with customers across industry sectors, producing AQ coatings, UV coatings and antimicrobial coatings for a diverse array of products. The company will locate in an existing 50,000 sf facility located at 186 Accumulator Drive in Bamberg.
“We are very excited about relocating Ctg² to Bamberg, SC. We have plans to grow and expand our business in our own facility on 18 acres there. We love the ‘small town feel’ of Bamberg and are looking forward to becoming a part of the community,” said John and Tonya Honaker, owners of Ctg² Technologies.
“Bamberg County is pleased to welcome the Ctg² Technologies team,” said Bamberg County Council Chairwoman Sharon Hammond. “Their investment in our community puts us in a good position as the economy rebounds from the 2020 pandemic and vaccines are reaching the market. We look forward to working with Ctg² Technologies to create the best business environment for their company’s success here in Bamberg.”
“Ctg² Technologies will be an asset to our industrial community,” said SouthernCarolina Alliance Chairman Marty Sauls. “SCA will continue to work with John and his team to assist them in any way that we can to help them grow in Bamberg.”
"It's a great day for Bamberg County as we welcome a forward leaning company that's willing to invest in our community providing opportunities to our talented workforce," remarked Craig Walker, Chairman of the Bamberg County Economic Development Commission.
Mayor Nancy Foster of Bamberg also welcomed the company to the city, adding, “We are proud to have a company producing this advanced technology coating, utilized in so many applications, operating right here in our small town. Every job created and every investment will affect the future for a family in our community. What a great way to start the holiday season!”
For more information, visit: www.ctg2technologies.com.
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CONTACT: Kay Maxwell, (803)571-1591