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TDC Cutting Tools Bringing 38 New Jobs To Seneca

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The China-based company will break ground on the new facility Friday at the same site as its subsidiary, Greenfield Industries. The China-based company will break ground on the new facility Friday at the same site as its subsidiary, Greenfield Industries.
SENECA, S.C. -
TDC Cutting Tools, Inc. will establish its overseas headquarters in Oconee County and bring 38 new jobs to Seneca.

The China-based company will break ground on the new facility Friday at the same site as its subsidiary, Greenfield Industries. TDC Cutting Tools and Greenfield Industries manufacture and sell drills, taps, end mills and other cutting tools.

The company will hire sales personnel and sales support staff. You can apply for any available jobs by contacting Senior Talent Development Specialist Julie Cook at julie.cook@gfii.com

The new TDC Overseas campus will include a 32,000-square-foot office building and a 10,000-square-foot recycling center added to the existing 168,000-square-foot facility.

The total investment will be $8.2 million.  
 
Site work will begin in July 2014 with completion of the complex slated for May 2015.
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