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Auto supplier Motus Integrated Technologies chooses Alabama for new plant

MONTGOMERY, Alabama – Governor Kay Ivey today announced that Motus Integrated Technologies, a Tier 1 supplier of automotive interior products to the world’s automakers, has selected the City of Gadsden, in Etowah County, as the location for its new manufacturing facility. Motus will invest...

Written by Jerry Underwood

German auto supplier Gerhardi opens first U.S. plant in Alabama

MONTGOMERY, Alabama – German auto supplier Gerhardi Inc. today marked the official opening of its first U.S. manufacturing facility in Montgomery, a $41.6 million plant that will employ up to 235 employees. Gerhardi Managing Director Rienhard Hoffman said the company is excited to launch operations at...

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4 Alabama Honda vehicles score in Top 10 of American-made index

Four Alabama-made vehicles have been named in the top 10 of the 2019 American-Made Index, a list of new models that contribute the most to the U.S. economy, compiled by the digital automotive marketplace Cars.com. All four are built at Honda Manufacturing of Alabama’s...

Written by Dawn Azok

Texas-based Ben E. Keith to open $100M Alabama distribution center 

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Governor Kay Ivey announced today that Ben E. Keith, a major food and beverage distribution company, plans to invest $100 million to open an advanced foodservice distribution center in Coffee County. The facility will also serve as the company’s Southeast Regional...

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3 Alabama projects selected for publication’s impact awards

Trade and Industry Development, a leading publication dedicated to site selection for business, today named three Alabama projects as winners of its top 2019 economic development awards. The Alabama projects were among a total of 30 across the nation claiming the magazine’s 2019 Corporate...

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Delta connection: Auburn University teams with airline to train future pilots

A strategic partnership between Auburn University and Delta Air Lines aims to inspire and train the next generation of pilots and aviation industry professionals. The company and university recently dedicated the Delta Air Lines Aviation Education Building, a 23,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility designed exclusively for...

Written by Dawn Azok

Alabama aerospace exports surge as industry growth gains pace

Exports of Alabama-made aerospace products and parts increased in markets around the world last year, as the industry continued to invest in the state. The growth comes amid strategic efforts to expand Alabama’s aerospace presence. The total value of the shipments, which went to...

Written by Dawn Azok

Alabama team uncovers potential projects at 2019 Paris Air Show

PARIS – Alabama’s business recruitment team wrapped up its efforts at the 2019 Paris Air Show today, after engaging in around 20 appointments with high-ranking aerospace executives, along with many informal encounters with industry officials. Over three days at Paris’ Le Bourget airfield, the Alabama...

Written by Jerry Underwood

4 ways Alabama universities are driving aerospace advances

Innovative research that is guiding the future of the global aerospace industry is happening in university laboratories and classrooms across Alabama. Space exploration, rocket engines and deep space outposts are just a few of the topics currently being studied by instructors and students in...

Written by Dawn Azok

At Paris Air Show, Deloitte gives major gift to advance Alabama Cyber School

PARIS -- Deloitte presented a $100,000 gift to the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering Foundation today in a ceremony at the 2019 Paris Air Show. The donation is a combination of a financial contribution as well as in-kind support. This donation is intended...

Written by Jerry Underwood

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