150 jobs coming to Dorchester County thanks to Bosch expansion

ST. GEORGE, S.C. (WCBD) – Robert Bosch LLC (Bosch), a leading global supplier of technology and services, is expanding its operations in Dorchester County. The $175 million expansion will bring 150 new jobs to Dorchester County.

“We are pleased to be working with the State of South Carolina and appreciate its continued support not only for new investments but also to long-standing employers like Bosch,” said Peter von Wartenberg, senior vice president and commercial plant manager, Robert Bosch LLC.

Located at 8101 Dorchester Road in North Charleston, S.C., the company will be adding new manufacturing lines to support powertrain and chassis systems control programs from its Mobility Solutions business sector.

“Robert Bosch has been an employer of choice in Dorchester County and the region for forty years,” said David Chinnis, Chairman of Dorchester County Council.  “Today’s investment shows their commitment to this community through 1,700 existing jobs and now 150 new jobs.  In return, it also shows that Dorchester County provides value as a great place to do business for a world-class manufacturer like Robert Bosch.”

Jason Ward, Dorchester County Administrator added “Existing industry is the lifeblood of our community. I am pleased that the Robert Bosch Corporation has again, chosen to expand its operations in Dorchester County. This decision to expand speaks to the quality of the workforce in our community.”

Hiring for the new positions has begun and those interested in joining the Bosch team should visit the company’s career page online.

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