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Company adding 26 jobs in Orangeburg

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ORANGEBURG, SC - A Canadian company is expanding its operations in Orangeburg, adding 26 jobs.

Quality Model is a plastic injection modeling company that plans to spend about $3 million in the expansion.

Quality Model of Ontario
opened in Orangeburg in 2005 and has invested more than $13 million and created 75 jobs.

The company serves the power sports, industrial, automotive and lawn and garden industries
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