Skip to Content
Download Image

Hanwha Cimarron kicks off project to open Alabama manufacturing facility

OPELIKA, Alabama – Hanwha Cimarron LLC, a maker of carbon fiber-wrapped, high-pressure storage tanks, formally launched a $130 million project today to construct a manufacturing plant in Opelika that will employ 261 people.

Hanwha Cimarron broke ground this morning on the facility, located in the Northeast Opelika Industrial Park.

“At Hanwha Cimarron, we’re excited about what the future holds for us,” CEO David Jeon said. “Today, we break ground for our new manufacturing facility to be located here in Opelika.

“This new facility will continue our company’s growth in the carbon overwrap pressure vessel industry, catering to the needs of aerospace, drone, defense, marine, rail, on-vehicle, gas transport and ground storage solutions,” he added.

Download Image
Rural Development

Humminbird’s Alabama growth project will add 77 jobs in Eufaula

Stay connected to what's happening in Alabama now.

  • Enter your email address to receive periodic updates on the evolution of business in Alabama.

Ready to start your company's next chapter in Alabama?

Alabama may be small in size, but its ability to accommodate businesses seeking success is vast. See why companies like Mercedes, Airbus, Hyundai, and Honda have decided to call Alabama home.

Find A Site Learn More About Alabama