ANDERSON COUNTY, S.C. (WSPA) – Bosch announced Wednesday it plans to expand operations in Anderson with a $200 million investment creating 350 new jobs.
Anderson County says they competed with dozens of other potential locations across the world.
“This was international, so that they selected us so it’s a really big deal,” Anderson County Administrator Rusty Burns said.
The leading global supplier of technology and services will be located at 4421 S.C. Highway.
According to the company, the expansion includes capital upgrades and an estimated 147,000 square feet of floor space to manufacture fuel cell stacks to drive hydrogen-powered class 8 trucks.
The Anderson Chamber of Commerce says this is a win for everyone, especially the economy.
“350 people coming in, buying houses, paying taxes, being a part of our community. As Anderson has grown, we’ve just really been able to see how that’s impacted us as a community. It’s not just about these jobs it’s about what these jobs will bring into our community,” Vice President of Chamber of Commerce Jonathan Cauthen said.
The fuel cell stack production is planned for 2026.
Individuals interested in joining the Bosch team should visit the company’s careers page.