An Italian manufacturer's plans to begin operations in Anderson by the end of the year have cleared a hurdle. Our partners at The Herald Bulletin report The Anderson Redevelopment Commission has approved incentives for Sirmax North America's project, which includes a $26 million investment and 50 new jobs. The commission approved a resolution to include the project in Anderson's redevelopment plan. It also allocates $3 million to develop the site.

Sirmax makes plastic compounds and resins for the appliance and automotive industries. The Herald Bulletin reports the new jobs would have an average salary of $40,000.

The company hopes to begin operations in Anderson in October.

Source: The Herald Bulletin

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