RIVERSIDE- The St. Clair County Economic Development Council announced that Charity Steel, a metal alloy service center that offers bar, plate and tubing, is expanding to Riverside.
The $4 million expansion will include corporate offices and a 40,000 square foot facility that will be home to 35 new employees over the next three years.
“We are extremely excited about our expansion and being a part of the Riverside and St. Clair County community,” said Josh Coleman, President of Charity Steel.
“St. Clair County always welcomes new investment and quality jobs to our community. We are happy to be able to work with the City of Riverside to encourage growth among the companies in St. Clair County,” said St. Clair County Commission Chairman Paul Manning. “We are happy to welcome Charity Steel to St. Clair County. Their investment will open doors for new opportunities for our citizens now and in the future.”
Riverside Mayor Rusty Jessup said, “The City of Riverside is excited to welcome Charity Steel to our great city. The new investment and job growth will stimulate the local economy. We congratulate Charity Steel on their success and growth, and wish them continued success going forward.”
“St. Clair County is always excited to see new jobs and investment come to the County, and Charity Steel will be wonderful community partner,” said St. Clair County Commissioner Tommy Bowers. “Job growth in this county increases our quality of life, our tax base, and gives the next generation a reason to keep their skills here at home.”