Recap: Here’s What’s Happening in Right to Work Alabama!
Companies continue to choose Right to Work Alabama for their business investments, and it’s no surprise as to why. After all, states like Alabama offer great benefits and growth incentives as a result of its Right to Work laws. Some of the most recent Right to Work Alabama investments are coming from Peak North America USA, as well as Gulf Distributing and HL Mando. Read on in order to learn more about these.
Peak North America USA:
Peak North America USA is investing $24 million in order to add a new facility in Right to Work Irvington, Alabama. This will create 175 new jobs!
“Peak North America USA is excited at the opportunity to expand its presence to the state of Alabama and specifically to Mobile County. By being strategically located in the southern United States, we will offer state-of-the-art manufacturing and fabrication services related to the forest products sector, while gaining a geographical competitive advantage for our clients.” […]
“Peak North America USA has an established track record of innovation within the wood products industry, and I am happy to see a company with this kind of pedigree put down roots in Alabama. […] “I’m confident that Peak North America will find an ideal industrial home in Mobile, where it can grow and thrive.”
“This investment will have a significant impact on the Irvington community and the wood products industry as a whole. […] We are confident that Peak North America’s expertise in creating industrial solutions will make this project a success.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
Gulf Distributing is investing $32.5 million in order to relocate to Mobile, Alabama. This will create 25 new jobs as a result.
“Gulf Distributing’s strategic growth plans signal that the company remains bullish on Mobile, its home base for five decades, and the region’s long-term economic prospects. […] This development will have a positive impact for both Gulf Distributing and the Mobile region.” […]
“This move will play a key role in the revitalization of Downtown Mobile, as we strive to recruit more back-office operations to our downtown area. […] Gulf Distributing has been a longstanding corporate citizen in our community since 1973, and we are thrilled to see the company continue to grow and thrive in our city.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
HL Mando is investing $11.1 million in order to expand in Right to Work Opelika, Alabama. They will also create 26 new jobs.
“We are appreciative of HL Mando’s additional investment in Opelika. […] They are a valued community partner and we are glad to support their continued growth and success.” […]
“We are extremely honored by HL Mando’s continued confidence in Opelika and the additional investment in our area. […] This company is one of our largest manufacturing employers and we appreciate the employment opportunities for our citizens.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
To read the previous update on economic development in Right to Work Alabama, click here.
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