Composities Company Invests in New Manufacturing Facility in Colleton County

Company Will Create 28 New Jobs

March 05, 2020

For Immediate Release

March 5, 2020

Charleston Composites, Inc. establishing operations in Colleton County

More than $3.8 million investment to create 28 new jobs

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Charleston Composites, Inc., a newly-formed computer numerical control (CNC) tooling company, today announced plans to establish operations in Colleton County. The company’s more than $3.8 million investment is projected to create 28 new jobs.

"We are proud to bring this technology into the state and even more proud to be the only ones in South Carolina with this kind of facility and expertise to serve our customers. We appreciate the support of our community as we invest in the people of Colleton County and South Carolina," said Charleston Composites, Inc. President Ben Robertson.

With 100 years of combined experience in the marine industry, family-owned and operated Charleston Composites, Inc. provides innovative design and tooling services for composite materials in the marine and architecture industries.

“It’s always good news when a company decides to invest within our borders. We welcome Charleston Composites, Inc. to South Carolina, and congratulate them on this $3.8 million investment that will bring 28 more jobs to Colleton County," said SC Gov. Henry McMaster. 

“With today’s announcement, Charleston Composites, Inc. joins a roster of companies that have discovered that South Carolina is ‘Just right’ for business. We celebrate Charleston Composites, Inc. and look forward to supporting them as their Colleton County operations come to fruition," added Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.

“It’s a great day when new jobs are announced in Colleton County, and we appreciate Charleston Composites, Inc.’s investment in Jacksonboro. We’re excited to watch this local company grow, and we look forward to working with them for decades to come," said Colleton County Council Chairman Steve Murdaugh.

“Charleston Composites, Inc.’s investment is another vote of confidence in the workforce of Colleton County. Their work is state-of-the-art in boat manufacturing, and we are excited about their diversification into other sectors as well," remarked Colleton County Economic Alliance Chair Lee Petrolawicz.

“SouthernCarolina Alliance is proud to welcome this innovative company to the region. The leadership team at Charleston Composites has a proud history and record of excellence in the composites industry, and we are thrilled that they are applying that expertise to the marine, aerospace and automotive sectors in this new company," said SouthernCarolina Alliance Chairman Marty Sauls.

Located at 1113 Hope Plantation Lane in Jacksonboro, Charleston Composites, Inc.’s 87,000-square-foot facility will include three, five-axis large-format CNC mills. The operations will allow the company to provide advanced tooling for manufacturing large boats. Additionally, Charleston Composites, Inc. plans to expand into the aerospace, automotive and defense sectors.

The facility is expected to be online by April 2020. Individuals interested in joining the Charleston Composites, Inc. team should visit

The Coordinating Council for Economic Development approved a $200,000 Rural Infrastructure Fund grant to Colleton County to assist with the costs of site preparation and building construction. 


Charleston Composites, Inc. is establishing operations in Colleton County.
More than $3.8 million investment is projected to create 28 new jobs.
Charleston Composites, Inc. is a CNC tooling company.
Operations are located at 1113 Hope Plantation Lane in Jacksonboro, S.C.
Individuals interested in joining the Charleston Composites, Inc. team should visit