You don’t need a business degree to know that it’s good news when a company expands, especially a local company.
Fortunately for Gaston County, Pennsylvania Steel Co. decided to stay in the neighborhood when it went looking for larger quarters to accommodate its growing business.
Things were getting too tight at PSC’s Gastonia location, but just the right spot turned up in Stanley. That means the jobs stay nearby for the company’s 50 employees – and more business means the possibility more jobs will be added.
The new location, says General Manager Mike Loveland, will result in a more efficient operation. That’s more good news, – for customers, employees and owners.
Efficiency helps a company compete and a competitive edge can help bring in more business and secure the future for the company and its employees.
PSC planted its roots in Gaston County nearly three years ago when it acquired Schwartz Steele Service Inc. From the beginning, the company experienced strong growth, so much so it had to lease a second location.
In Stanley, operations will be back under one roof – a roof that covers 80,590 square feet of warehouse and sales office space. As the once mighty textile industry dwindled and jobs disappeared, Gaston County residents had enough shrinking business news to last a lifetime.
It’s encouraging to see the opposite – business growth and expansion for a company that came to Gaston County and decided to stay in Gaston County.
We’re glad to have you here, Pennsylvania Steel Co. Congratulations on your success!
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