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Orian Rugs Expands, Adding Jobs In Anderson

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Orian Rugs - which produces machine woven area rugs - will invest $13 million to expand their facility. Orian Rugs - which produces machine woven area rugs - will invest $13 million to expand their facility.
A family-owned rug manufacturer plans to expand and add 125 new jobs.

Orian Rugs - which produces machine woven area rugs - will invest $13 million to expand their facility.

The company opened in 1979 and has since added McTthree Carpets and Bajong Carpets from Belgium and Turkey. 

Orian Rugs employs 500 people in the Anderson area and has a facility with 550,000 square feet.

"We appreciate the commitment that the local and state governments have made to support manufacturing and encourage us to continue to grow here in South Carolina," said Wim De Pape, president of the company in a written statement.

"Orian is very proud to be a leader in the North American rug business, driven by our dedicated workforce in Anderson, and we look forward to future opportunities here in Anderson County."

No information on filling the 125 new jobs was released as part of Tuesday's announcement. Orian Rugs does have an employment opportunities web page which you can see by clicking here.
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