Alabama named No. 2 state for automotive industry strength

Dawn Kent Azok of AL.com writes, "Business Facilities magazine has named Alabama the No. 2 state for automotive industry strength. For the fourth year in a row, Tennessee topped the magazine's annual Automotive Manufacturing Strength ranking. But Alabama surged up from seventh place last year."


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Dawn Kent Azok of AL.com writes, "Business Facilities magazine has named Alabama the No. 2 state for automotive industry strength. For the fourth year in a row, Tennessee topped the magazine's annual Automotive Manufacturing Strength ranking. But Alabama surged up from seventh place last year."
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Business Facilities In The News: Alabama named No. 2 state for automotive industry strength

Alabama named No. 2 state for automotive industry strength

Alabama named No. 2 state for automotive industry strength

By Dawn Kent Azok for AL.com
Posted on July 24, 2013

Business Facilities magazine has named Alabama the No. 2 state for automotive industry strength.

For the fourth year in a row, Tennessee topped the magazine’s annual Automotive Manufacturing Strength ranking. But Alabama surged up from seventh place last year.

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