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5 Alabama companies claim ‘Trade Excellence Awards’ for export success

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Governor Kay Ivey today honored five Alabama companies for their accomplishments in selling products in markets around the world and contributing to the robust exporting activities that are sparking economic growth at home.

Governor Ivey presented leaders of the companies with a 2024 Governor’s Trade Excellence Award at a ceremony this morning at the Old House Chamber in the State Capitol. Additionally, Governor Ivey proclaimed May as World Trade Month in the state of Alabama.

“Last year, Alabama exports went to 190 countries, showing the power of our ‘Made in Alabama’ brand across the globe,” Governor Ivey said. “The high-performing companies we’re honoring today are finding success on a global stage, and I want to ensure they are showcased as role models within the state’s business community.

“They prove that Alabama companies can grow and thrive at home, while also competing with the best the world has to offer,” she added.

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