Sun Solutions expanding operations


COLUMBIA — Sun Solutions, a locally-owned company that specializes in the delivery of print and other media communications, is expanding its South Carolina operations with the construction of a new building in Lexington County. The company’s $10.5 million investment is expected to result in 50 new jobs.

Established in 1983 and headquartered in Orangeburg, S.C., Sun Solutions operates several facilities throughout the state. Since its inception, the company has expanded on its high-quality, full color, custom printing services. Today, Sun Solutions also provides its customers with marketing, mailing, signage and fulfillment services.

This expansion will be achieved with the construction of a new 105,000-square foot building. Located on Old Dunbar Road in West Columbia, the facility will allow the company to grow its workforce and create 50 new jobs. The new positions will focus on print and sign manufacturing, management, sales and information technology.

The project is expected to be completed in the summer of 2016, with hiring for the 50 new positions anticipated to begin next spring. Those interested in joining the Sun Solutions team should visit the company’s careers page online. For more information on Sun Solutions, visit www.sunsolutionsusa.com.

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“We are very excited to have the opportunity to expand again in Lexington County. Having started operations here in 2008, we have expanded multiple times and are now looking forward to consolidating our Lexington and Richland County operations into one location and creating 50 new jobs along the way.”

— Sun Solutions VP of Business Development Jacob Cook

“Sun Solutions has been doing business in South Carolina for more than 30 years and we’re thrilled that this great company continues to find success here. This $10.5 million investment in our Midlands community illustrates the company’s commitment to South Carolina, and we look forward to watching them grow here for many years to come.”

— Gov. Nikki Haley

“To have a great homegrown company like Sun Solutions continue to thrive here is a testament to the positive business climate we’ve fostered in South Carolina. More than just a milestone moment for the company, this new investment is a big win for our Midlands community and the entire state.”

— Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt

“Sun Solutions has been an integral part of our business community and we are pleased that they are prospering. This expansion will create job opportunities for the citizens in Lexington County. As a Council, we remain committed to assisting our existing industry in their development and growth.”

— Lexington County Council Chairman Johnny Jeffcoat

“Congratulations to Sun Solutions on their expansion announcement today in Lexington County. The $10.5 million investment and 50 new jobs is a testament to the leadership team at Sun Solutions and the pro-business climate in the community. We look forward to watching Sun Solutions grow and prosper for another 30 years.”

— Central SC Alliance Chairman Mike Brenan

Five Fast Facts

• Sun Solutions is expanding its South Carolina operations with the construction of a new facility in Lexington County.

• $10.5 million investment creating 50 new jobs.

• Headquartered Orangeburg County, Sun Solutions was established in 1983.

• This expansion will be achieved with the construction of a new 105,000-square foot building on Old Dunbar Road in West Columbia, S.C.

• Those interested in joining the Sun Solutions team should visit the company’s careers page online.

About Sun Solutions

Sun Solutions is a world-class printer that was established in 1983 by three individuals that had a vision of becoming one of the best printers in the industry. With state of the art technology, equipment and a team of gold medal employees this vision has become a reality. Sun Solutions aims to benefit each customer by providing high quality, full color, custom printing services in a pleasant, eco-friendly environment. For more information, visit www.sunsolutionsusa.com.

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