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Sunbelt Solomon plans Alabama transformer repair and service facility

ELBA, Alabama — Sunbelt Solomon Services, one of the world’s largest providers of commercial and industrial electrical distribution equipment, plans to open a facility in Coffee County to repair and recycle electrical transformers, according to Governor Kay Ivey.

Sunbelt Solomon will invest over $5 million in the facility, located in Elba, and create 50 jobs initially, with more to come as operations grow.

“Sunbelt Solomon is a welcome addition to Alabama’s dynamic business community,” Governor Ivey announced today. “The company has made a great choice by locating this new operation in Coffee County, and I know the hard-working people of Elba will help make it a long-lasting success.

“This is just another reminder that Sweet Home Alabama is a top state for business.”

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