In 2015, Volvo Car USA selected Camp Hall for its first-ever US manufacturing plant — a selection that will ultimately create nearly 4,000 jobs and $4.8 billion in annual economic impact. As the production home of the all-new, American-built S60 and XC90, the plant will export cars worldwide through the Port of Charleston.

The groundbreaking partnership between Camp Hall and Volvo Car US Operations, along with help from key officials, state leaders and local leaders from the surrounding communities, has continued South Carolina’s strong commitment to sustainable long-term growth.

To learn more about Volvo’s investment in South Carolina, click here.

“There are many reasons Volvo Cars selected to build its first US plant in South Carolina, but the most important is the available supply of skilled workers in the region. We are able to choose from many qualified applicants for jobs across our operation. We’re proud of the team we’re building today, and we’re working with our community to develop our future workforce.”

Vice President, Manufacturing, Volvo Car US Operations

4,000 Jobs

The production home of the all-new S60 & XC90 will bring nearly 4,000 jobs.

$4.8 billion

in annual economic impact