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Carpenter Technology opens Alabama additive manufacturing center

ATHENS, Alabama — Carpenter Technology Corp. today announced the opening of its newest advanced additive manufacturing (AM) facility and Emerging Technology Center (ETC) at its production campus in Athens.

“We have chosen to further invest in North Alabama and continue to grow and develop here because it offers three important advantages — a high-quality, tech-oriented workforce, a clear connection with the aerospace industry, and a close working partnership with state and local government officials,” Carpenter Technology President and CEO Tony Thene said.

“The state of Alabama continues to be an ideal partner for us.”

Carpenter Technology has invested approximately $40 million to date in the ETC and is expected to create approximately 60 jobs over the next five years, as well as help further the region’s position as an advanced manufacturing technology center.

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