In Alabama, a focus on workforce development is in motion to support new and existing companies across the state.
Airbus recently broke ground on the third assembly line for its Mobile, Alabama growth project that will bring 1,000 jobs to the area.
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Hyundai will invest $290M to upgrade its Montgomery assembly plant; Shinhwa Auto USA will spend $114M to expand its Auburn manufacturing operation.
Trendco USA will launch a medical glove manufacturing operation at REAL Park in Macon County, AL, creating more than 290 jobs.
Core Industries will build a new wood pellet processing and storage facility at its port facility in Mobile County, Alabama.
The new advanced manufacturing facility in Alabama will create 250 direct professional, technical, and skilled manufacturing jobs.
Home to some of the biggest names in the auto industry, Alabama has introduced “The Game Plan” to support economic development.
Two growing companies, Chart Industries and Superior Air Parts, are expanding into Mobile County, Alabama investing over $90 million.
The National Science Foundation will provide the award to 44 unique teams spanning universities, nonprofits, businesses, and others towards creating local innovation ecosystems.
Outdoor activities, cultural amenities, and more attract business leaders and employees.
Amidst economic shifts, demand for space and amenities provided by industrial parks and business parks remains high.
Alabama Department of Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield discusses how the state fosters skilled labor with a workforce development agency buttressed by a 21st century Jobs Act.
The transformer repair and service facility by Sunbelt Solomon will bring the state of Alabama $5 million and 50 jobs.
Automaker Honda’s electric vehicle (EV) production plans will impact facilities in Ohio, Indiana, Georgia, and Alabama.
Investments in equipment, facility upgrades, and other improvements at GE’s aerospace and energy businesses will take place across eight states, create 1,700 jobs.
Nucor Towers & Structures will create 200 new jobs building transmission towers at the new facility in Decatur, where the company already operates a steel mill.
Locations are attracting aerospace & defense companies with highly educated workers, advanced manufacturing capabilities, and supply chain networks.
Peak North America USA will create 175 jobs at its new Mobile County facility, while Resicum International LLC will create 70 jobs at its Dallas County aviation training academy.
Lee Lawson, President & CEO, Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance, shares why this coastal Alabama county is the seventh fastest-growing area in the nation.