United States

Fujifilm Manufacturing

Established in Greenwood, South Carolina in 1988, FUJIFILM Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc., is a wholly-owned subsidiary of FUJIFILM Corporation. Fujifilm - South Carolina is the company’s North American Manufacturing and Research and Development Headquarters.

There are currently over 1000 people employed on the Greenwood site and the company has more than 2.5 million square feet of manufacturing space (more than 40 football fields) under roof. The total investment in the Greenwood, South Carolina, complex far exceeds $1.8 billion. Fujifilm - South Carolina is one of the company’s global manufacturing hubs, and it plays a key role in the company’s strategic vision, serving customers throughout the United States, Canada, and over 40 other countries worldwide.

The 500 acre complex boasts five state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities for the production of QuickSnap recyclable cameras, inkjet photographic paper, color photographic paper, and digital printing plates for the Graphic Arts industry. Fujifilm - South Carolina is also home of the Greenwood Research Laboratories and Fujifilm’s largest distribution center in the world.

The Greenwood complex has obtained the prestigious ISO-14001 registration to confirm the excellence of our environmental protection and enhancement programs. In 2010, Fujifilm began utilizing landfill gas from the Greenwood County Landfill to provide power for the color photographic paper factory thereby reducing the amount of harmful methane gas emitted into the environment and reducing the consumption of natural gas.

The two newest facilities at the Greenwood, South Carolina campus include an inkjet photo paper factory and digital photo print services and fulfillment facility. This facility has become the largest photo products fulfillment organization in the country. Fujifilm Printing Services supports many of the country’s leading retail stores and online photo web sites. Adding these new products to Fujifilm – South Carolina’s product line up further underscores the company’s commitment to its customers and the US market.

Todd Croker was appointed president of Fujifilm – South Carolina in March 2015. Mr. Croker has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and worked for Procter & Gamble for five years before coming to Fujifilm. He began his career with Fujifilm in Greenwood, South Carolina, more than twenty years ago as a member of the factory leadership team for the FUJIFILM QuickSnap, one-time-use camera factory. Since then, he has held leadership roles in most of the factories on the Greenwood campus, and currently serves as the leader for Fujifilm's North American Manufacturing Council. With over twenty-five years of experience in production and operations management, he possesses technical expertise, product knowledge and managerial experience that will be beneficial to the continued successful operations of Fujifilm's manufacturing complex in Greenwood.

Fujifilm - South Carolina upholds the company’s proud tradition of superior quality in both our products and our customer service. All of our facilities have received ISO-9001 registration in recognition of our superior quality systems.

FUJIFILM Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc., is a committed corporate citizen in South Carolina and in Greenwood. Our company and our Associates are involved in many award winning civic and charitable activities to enhance the quality of life in our community and state.

Quite often we are asked, "Why South Carolina?", but once people actually visit our complex, and experience the beauty and friendliness of Greenwood, South Carolina, they understand.

Actually, the site selection process was significantly more detailed than merely finding the available property in a friendly town. Greenwood and the State of South Carolina offered the winning combination of available property, abundant clean water in the form of Lake Greenwood, incentives to develop the infrastructure in terms of roadways, water, sewer, natural gas, and electricity, and a state technical education system that we could utilize to train our workforce.

On October 7th, 1988, Fujifilm held it's first of many ground-breaking ceremonies, and the rest, is history.

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Partnership Alliance

Upstate Alliance

Since Fujifilm's establishment in Greenwood, South Carolina, in 1988, we have become an integral part of our community. Our Associates volunteer in schools and civic organizations, our company financially supports a number of local efforts with regards to education, community service, and environmental protection and preservation.

So collectively, we have a significant presence and impact to our community, from the PTA meetings to the Board rooms throughout the community, Fujifilm is making a difference.

Experience the beauty of Greenwood

Beautiful Greenwood is located in the Lower Piedmont region of Upstate South Carolina, and provides a friendly, small-town setting along with the progressive and active environment of a larger city. Greenwood is home to numerous community assets including Lake Greenwood, Lander University, Piedmont Technical College, Self Regional Healthcare, Uptown Greenwood, excellent schools, churches, cultural opportunities, and much, much, more. Click here for additional relocation information from the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce

The Greenwood Regional Tourism and Visitors Bureau works with other travel and tourism partners to make your visit to Greenwood and the surrounding area enjoyable. We want to assist you in navigating the attractions, events, activities, and great places to stay in our charming destination. We know you will enjoy staying with us and hope that you will take advantage of all of the remarkable things Greenwood has to offer. Whether it is business or pleasure that brings you to Greenwood, we welcome you as our guests. We hope you enjoy your stay with us and come back often. Remember, "There's Always Something Blooming in Greenwood!"

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