Executive Personal Computers, Inc. (EPC, Inc.), a subsidiary of CSI Leasing, Inc., plans to expand with new operations in Lexington County. The company’s $9.5 million investment will create 133 new jobs.
Founded in 2008, EPC, Inc. is one of the largest information technology asset disposition (ITAD) providers in the world. EPC, Inc. services organizations by providing premium, flexible and secure solutions for sustainable information technology disposal. The company’s services also include secure on-site hard drive shredding, wrap and pack, receiving, auditing, cleaning, recycling and resale of information technology assets.
Located at 1326 Bush River Road in Columbia, EPC, Inc.’s new 203,000-square-foot facility will serve as the company’s East Coast hub and accommodate increased production.
Operations are expected to be complete by the first quarter of 2023. Individuals interested in joining the EPC, Inc. team should visit work4epc.com.
Executive Personal Computers, Inc. President Pat Laughlin said, “We’re proud to grow our relationship with Columbia and the great state of South Carolina. This new facility aligns with our global growth of 20 locations across the Americas and Europe and helps to deliver on our mission of offering a full suite of sustainable, secure and environmentally responsible methods of IT disposal for our clients up and down the East Coast. Our investment continues to prove our commitment to providing quality jobs within the region, and we’re looking forward to our continued growth together.”
South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster stated, “EPC, Inc.’s growth is further proof that South Carolina is evolving into a hub for technology-focused companies. Our highly skilled workforce speaks volumes to why businesses invest in the state. We congratulate EPC, Inc. and wish them continued success.”
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