Governor Kay Ivey
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The German electric vehicle (EV) charging station manufacturer will invest $8 million to open its first U.S. location in Auburn, AL.
Hyundai Mobis will create 400 jobs at a new EV battery plant; Beyond Gravity will double production for rocket parts, creating 200 jobs.
Owned and operated by Manna Beverages & Ventures, the beverage park will create 280 new jobs in Montgomery, AL.
The forest products company's new facility will provide a new, modern work environment for approximately 130 employees.
FedEx Ground will invest $52 million in Montgomery; Lockheed Martin will invest $16.5 million in Huntsville.
The South Korea-based auto parts supplier will create 42 jobs with its second facility in the Auburn Technology Park West.
In Alabama, Novelis will create 1,000 jobs at a new $2.5B aluminum mill in Baldwin County; Airbus will add 1,000 jobs in Mobile.
Mercedes-Benz celebrates the opening of its new Woodstock, AL EV battery factory, while Niagara Bottling plans a new $112 million investment in Opelika.
Consumer rewards app Fetch Rewards will invest over $1 million to open a new office and support hub in Birmingham, AL.
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.
The new facility in Northeast Opelika Industrial Park will produce carbon fiber-wrapped, high-pressure storage tanks.
A new $1.2 billion Jefferson County, AL facility will be dedicated to production of Smucker’s fast-growing Uncrustables sandwiches, and create 750 jobs.
Amazon is set to open new facilities in Birmingham, Huntsville, and Montgomery, creating more than 900 full-time jobs in Alabama.
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.
Defense contractor KBR will expand its operations with a new headquarters facility and retain its 1,100-person workforce in Huntsville, AL.
Hanwha Cimarron will create 261 jobs at its new filament-wound carbon fiber tanks and pressure vessels manufacturing facility in Opelika, AL.
Maintaining its focus on the future, Alabama is regaining economic momentum for substantial growth.
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.
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