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DC Machine Expanding Dorchester County Operations

September 10, 2019

COLUMBIA, S.C. – DC Machine, an industrial design and machining center that manufactures close tolerance components, is expanding its existing Dorchester County operations. The company’s investment of $9.5 million is expected to create 63 new jobs.

Since DC Machine established its first 250-square-foot facility in Dorchester County in 2004, the company has grown tremendously. An expansion in 2015 increased operating size to 17,000 square feet and added 17 new jobs.

DC Machine’s current expansion includes the purchase of an existing building, located at 2735 W. Fifth North Street in Summerville and increases operational space by more than 61,000 square feet. This expansion will allow the company to grow production of existing product lines and expand into others. 

The new facility is projected to be operational by third quarter of 2019. Individuals interested in joining the DC Machine team can visit the company’s recruiting page.


“The people in the Summerville area are what allow us to operate at such a high level. The employees are our most valuable asset, and I am happy to be able to expand in my hometown.” – DC Machine Plant Manager Matthew Crim

“It’s always encouraging to see homegrown companies succeed in our state, and we look forward to watching DC Machine continue to find that success here for many years to come.” – Gov. Henry McMaster

“This latest expansion by DC Machine is a further demonstration that South Carolina’s business-friendly climate, market access and quality infrastructure are growing the economy and creating jobs.” – Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt

“DC Machine is a valued Dorchester County company, and we congratulate them on this recent expansion. We are proud to work with them as their business continues to thrive.”  – Dorchester County Council Chairman George Bailey