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Marine manufacturer AdvanTec to open Alabama facility with 46 workers

ROBERTSDALE, Alabama – Canada-based AdvanTec, a leader in marine manufacturing, announced plans today to open a new facility in Baldwin County, creating 46 jobs with an annual payroll of $2.4 million in its first three years.

AdvanTec specializes in marine closure manufacturing, as well as industrial pipe bending for oil and gas applications, serving clients in a range of industries. The 40,000-square-foot facility in Robertsdale will open next month.

“As the first of our plants in this region, this location will allow us to better serve our clients in the greater Gulf of Mexico and Southeastern United States, as well as access a skilled labor market with deep experience in marine metal manufacturing,” said Andrew Mund, operations director for AdvanTec in Robertsdale.

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