Right to Work Alabama Allows Incredible Economic Growth

Alabama is a prime location for businesses, no doubt due to its Right to Work laws. And these recent Alabama investments are evidence of that. Companies investing within the state include Nature’s Earth Products and Toyota, as well as Dothan Warehouse and Austal US. All of these are expanding current locations, with the exception of one.

Read on to find out more!

Nature’s Earth Products:

Nature’s Earth Products is investing $10.8 million to double its current location in Right to Work Pickens County, Alabama, creating 12 new jobs.

“Nature’s Earth is an important part of Reform’s economy, and it was vital for us to help the company maintain and grow its presence in the community.” […]

“This is an opportunity for Reform to build on the partnership between Nature’s Earth and the community.”



Toyota is investing $222 million in order to expand in Right to Work Huntsville, Alabama.

“It’s our dedicated workforce that continues to drive Toyota Alabama forward. […] Our team members’ commitment to building world-class engines is why Toyota has invested in our plant eight times, and why we continue to play a vital role in Toyota’s electrified future.” […]

“Toyota has become a pillar in Alabama’s automotive industry over the past two decades, and this latest milestone represents another important development in the automaker’s strategic growth plans for the Huntsville facility.”


Dothan Warehouse:

Dothan Warehouse is investing $8 million in order to expand in Right to Work Houston County, Alabama. This will create 25 new jobs!

“Dothan Warehouse’s expansion will provide a boost to the Wiregrass’ logistics and distribution cluster and open the region to more investment opportunities in the food and beverage sectors. […] With its diverse dry, cold, and freezer storage portfolio, Dothan Warehouse’s project complements our efforts to spark growth in many critical sectors of Alabama’s economy.”


Austal US:

Austal US is adding a new location in Right to Work Mobile, Alabama with a $50 million investment.

“We are so excited to see our plans to add steel to our capabilities come to fruition. […] The addition of steel capability is a game changer as it opens up our capability to support the U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard and other customers with high-quality ships.“


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