Resource pages for "alabama"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
Significant population shifts, the pandemic, and Industry innovations are shaping the site decisions healthcare and medical device companies are making.
Part of the American Rescue Plan, the program through the U.S. EDA focuses on assisting innovations in workforce development.
Still in its infancy, the U.S. Qualified Opportunity Zone Program shows promise to revitalize both large and small communities.
The forest products company's new facility will provide a new, modern work environment for approximately 130 employees.
Carbon steel and aluminum parts maker OMS will create 70 jobs in Fayette, while Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. will add 76 jobs In Birmingham.
In Business Facilities’ 18th Annual Rankings Report, Tennessee is rated tops in Recovery Leaders and Wyoming takes Best Business Tax Climate.
FedEx Ground will invest $52 million in Montgomery; Lockheed Martin will invest $16.5 million in Huntsville.
On the heels of President Biden's June 6 action to accelerate clean energy development, DOE announces solar energy research project investments.
The South Korea-based auto parts supplier will create 42 jobs with its second facility in the Auburn Technology Park West.
Copper building wire manufacturer Cerrowire will create more than 130 jobs at its new facility at the Morgan Center Business Park in Hartselle, AL.
The life sciences field has taken on much greater significance in recent years. Economic developers are responding with more options to make their communities more appealing.
Engine, casting investment across Alabama, Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee will further Toyota’s vehicle electrification efforts.
With a $300 million investment, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama (HMMA) will begin building electric vehicles and create 200 jobs at its Montgomery plant.
Bonnie Plants unveiled its expanded greenhouse facilities in Bullock County; Real estate firms plan $1 million Alabama headquarters.
The inland container intermodal transfer facility (ICTF) will extend intermodal rail service from the Port of Mobile to support regional growth in manufacturing, retail, distribution, and agribusiness sectors.
Consumer rewards app Fetch Rewards will invest over $1 million to open a new office and support hub in Birmingham, AL.
HWI will convert its closed Fairfield, AL plant into an advanced refractories manufacturing hub for southern U.S. steelmakers.
The private label frozen novelties manufacturer's new production facility in Mobile will create approximately 200 new jobs over three years.
A $231.6M program of rail projects has been proposed to upgrade economic development infrastructure in central and southern Alabama.
While we are still deep in the drive toward technical and autonomous, what’s old is new and what’s mine is yours when it comes to next year’s auto trends.