STAR EV Invests $8.7 Million In Its Greenville Operation Creating 50 New Jobs In the County

The electric golf cart manufacturer Star EV plans to expand operations in Greenville County.

The company plans to invest $8.7 million, which will result in the creation of 50 new employment in the county.

“South Carolina’s electric vehicle industry is booming, and we’re thrilled to see Star EV advancing this sector and growing within our state,” said Gov. Henry McMaster in a statement. “We celebrate Star EV’s more than $8.7 million investment in Greenville County and the 50 new jobs the company will create.”

From over 200 sites globally, the company also produces and distributes off-road carts and other recreational vehicles. They also offer accessories including flip sets, tires, brush guards, and stereos.

“We are ecstatic to be expanding our manufacturing operations to better serve our customers. STAR EV CEO Jane Zhang stated, “This expansion will raise our STAR EV brand recognition to a new level in the global market,” “We’d like to thank Greenville County and the state for their outstanding support, and we look forward to this continued partnership for years to come.”

The new facility will be located at 378 Neely Ferry Rd. in Simpsonville and the expansion is expected to be done by the fourth quarter of 2025.

If you want to be part of STAR EV, send an email to [email protected].

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