Alabama Department of Commerce
Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Alabama Department of Commerce articles below.
Northrop Grumman is adding 500 more workers in Huntsville, AL as it expands its work on a next-generation ICBM project.
Tuscaloosa facility will allow Li-Cycle Holdings Corp. to meet growing demand for lithium-ion battery recycling.
Hanwha Cimarron will create 261 jobs at its new filament-wound carbon fiber tanks and pressure vessels manufacturing facility in Opelika, AL.
Alabama Graphite Products LLC will invest an initial $80 million to build a first-of-its-kind advanced graphite processing plant in Coosa County, AL.
The expansion will include a global headquarters for Discovery Life Sciences, and laboratory and greenhouse space for HudsonAlpha’s Center for Plant Science and Sustainable Agriculture.
PCA’s three-year project will convert a paper machine at its mill in Clarke County, AL to produce linerboard used for corrugated packaging.
The unique job-training initiative uses virtual reality simulation to train and certify employees on critical, in-demand skills.
Automotive supplier Valeo North America will create 70 new jobs when it begins operations at an existing facility in Bessemer, AL.
CN is collaborating with Alabama Export Railroad and Ray-Mont Logistics to launch the first phase of a new, high-tech logistics park in Mobile, AL.
The two new delivery stations will create hundreds of new jobs in the metro Birmingham region.
The eight new economic development projects in 2020 will bring 510 new jobs to the Huntsville, AL area.
MTM will add cutting-edge manufacturing technologies to its production lines and provide enhanced training to employees at its Huntsvillle, AL facility.
The met coal producer will build a new barge load-out facility to support its expanding metallurgical coal mining operation in Walker County, AL.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham is collaborating with biopharm company Altimmune for preclinical testing of a potential vaccine to prevent COVID-19 disease.
Scientists and researchers in Alabama are engaged in the global effort to stem threats posed by the novel coronavirus/COVID-19.
Seoyon E-Hwa Interior Systems will expand its industrial operation in Selma’s Craig Industrial Park, creating 60 jobs in Dallas County.