Companies Invest in Right to Work Alabama, Creating New Jobs

Here are two businesses that will soon be investing in the state of Alabama. CN Transportation is adding a new location in Mobile, Alabama, which will create 50 new jobs for the area. SteelFab is expanding their current facility in Roanoke, Alabama, which will create 32 new jobs. Altogether, these two companies will be investing $39.6 million in the state.

Read on to see what’s being said about each investment!

CN Transportation:

“CN is once again using the strength of its unique tri-coastal network to help customers win in their markets. […] This logistics park will service customers across our network and the first phase will specifically serve the demand for bagging and stuffing plastic resin containers, which is on the rise in the U.S.”

“Along with our core partners Canadian National and Ray-Mont Logistics, we believe this project represents the first step toward the establishment of a multicommodity logistics hub which will serve producers and global markets for decades to come.”



“This project will bring in revenue to Randolph County, the City of Roanoke, and create jobs for the people in this area. It will be a win-win for everyone. […] The expansion will allow our plant to produce more volume and help manufacture heavier type of work.” […]

“This expansion proves that Randolph County is not only a great place to live and raise a family, but it has become a place people want to work.” 


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