EAS Change Systems locating corporate operations in Greenville County

EAS Change Systems locating corporate operations in Greenville County
Company creating 20 new jobs to support plastic injection molding industry

GREENVILLE, S.C. – April 17, 2018 — EAS Change Systems today announced it will be locating corporate operations in Greenville County. Supporting the plastic injection molding industry, the company is projected to create 20 new jobs.

EAS Change Systems offers quick clamping and quick changing systems for plastic injection molding machines and metal stamping presses, as well as multi-coupler and mold transport solutions. The company’s new South Carolina facility will serve as its headquarters for North and Central American operations, providing American customers with an expanded service network in a central location.

Situated in the South Carolina Technology and Aviation Center (SCTAC) at 200 Augusta Arbor Way in Greenville, S.C., the new facility is expected to be online in the coming weeks. Hiring for the new positions is already underway, and interested applicants should contact Vincent.nijzink@easchangesystems.com.


“Moving our operations to Greenville, S.C. places us in the middle of the most exciting region for plastics and automotive in the United States. Here, we can find a high-quality workforce, and we’re located in close proximity to many of our global customers.” –EAS Change Systems CEO Vincent Nijzink

“EAS Change Systems’ decision to locate their new corporate operations in Greenville County is another opportunity for South Carolinians to show the world how special of a place our state is, and we are confident they will do just that. We know this is just the beginning of a lasting relationship between EAS Change Systems and our great state.” –Gov. Henry McMaster

“South Carolina continues to make a name for itself through our manufacturing renaissance, and the addition of EAS Change Systems to Team South Carolina is another great win for our state. I’m excited to see what the future has in store for this innovative company in the Upstate.” – Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt

“EAS Change Systems is a highly-respected, specialized manufacturing company that supports the automotive industry. Our dedicated workers and great location were major factors in the company’s decision to establish its North and Central American headquarters in Greenville county. On behalf of County Council, we expect a great future for the company in our community, and we appreciate its contributions to our local economy and job opportunities for our citizens.” –Greenville County Council Chairman H.G. “Butch” Kirven

“As a project offering high-tech, innovative services that support our region’s existing manufacturers, EAS Change Systems embodies new economic development approaches. We’re pleased to welcome them to the Upstate and congratulate the Greenville Area Development Commission and SCTAC on bringing this light manufacturing regional headquarters to our community.” –Upstate S.C. Alliance President and CEO John Lummus

“EAS Change Systems is a perfect fit for SCTAC, and we are proud to become the home of their new North and Central American headquarters. As a hub for business innovation and advanced manufacturing, SCTAC gives EAS the resources and infrastructure it needs for sustained growth.” – SCTAC President and CEO Jody Bryson


The Greenville Area Development Corporation is a non-profit organization established by Greenville County Council to promote and enhance the economic growth and development of Greenville County. Since its founding in 2001, GADC efforts have resulted in the creation of more than 23,000 new jobs and more than $4 billion in capital investment in Greenville County, SC. To learn more, visit www.goGADC.com or call (864) 235-2008.

Tony Smith, Project Manager
Greenville Area Development Corporation
(864) 235-2008

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