CHARLESTON, hemophilia SOUTH CAROLINA– A German company that makes parts used in everything from wind turbines to cranes will be opening its first American plant in the Lowcountry. Officials say the IMO Group plant will eventually employ 190 workers and mean a $47 million investment in Dorchester County northwest of Charleston. The company makes rings used in wind turbines, order construction machinery and ship building. The company’s drives are used for cranes and steering gears.
IMO GROUP TO OPEN PLANT IN SOUTH CAROLINA