International Automotive Components Invests in Right to Work Alabama

International Automotive Components may be an English company, but even they see the benefits of investing in a state like Alabama. So they have decided to invest in not one, but two of their current Alabama locations. The total investment comes to over $55.9 million – that’s $34.3 million toward Tuscaloosa County and $21.6 million toward Calhoun County.

Overall, this will create 182 new jobs between the two counties. So not only will this be good for the company, but it’ll also be good for the county residents. This will be a great opportunity for economic growth during a difficult time.

From Area Development Magazine:

“Alabama was the logical choice due to its skilled workforce and proximity to the customer.” […]

“International Automotive Components is a leading global auto supplier, and I am pleased that this world-class company is growing significantly in Alabama and creating good jobs in Cottondale and Anniston. […] IAC’s growth plans show that Alabama’s dynamic auto industry continues to expand despite today’s challenging environment.” […]

“International Automotive Components is a valued part of Tuscaloosa County’s automotive sector. […] We are grateful for IAC’s investment in our community and the career opportunities available to our area workforce as a result of their investment.”


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