Chambers County's location, labor, and lifestyle, along with its proactive leadership, have been the recipe for attracting national and global industrial leaders such as MeadWestvaco, AJIN USA, and Great Lakes Metal Stamping. Today, the Chambers County Development Authority continues to actively recruit automotive suppliers, manufacturers, distribution industries, and other companies who desire the convenience of interstate access combined with affordable, quality living.
I am very impressed by the way the State of Alabama and Chambers County does business compared to Indiana, California, or anywhere else I have ever worked.
– Aaron Wine, Plant Manager of Knauf Insulation, Lanett, AL
The reason Chambers County is a finalist in my project is because of their location and the team they have in place.
– Site Selector, D.F. Consulting
Low Cost of Doing Business
Chambers County offers numerous advantages to companies who do business here, beginning with one of the lowest overall tax burdens in the United States. Chambers County has low property taxes and no inventory tax. Many tax incentives and abatements are also available to businesses. Learn more.
Exceptional Educational Opportunities
Parents and educators alike, realize that a strong education for each citizen is the key to attracting and retaining the best businesses and industries to Chambers County. Preparing children with the knowledge and skills to be productive citizens and employees is emphasized at every level, and Chambers County offers exceptional public and private schools as well as outstanding higher education opportunities. Learn more.
A Strong Industrial Base
Some of the major manufacturers already located in Chambers County include:
- Great Lakes Metal Stamping (metal stamping)
- John Soules Foods (food manufacturing)
- Leehan America (air filters)
- AJIN USA (metal stamping)
- Daedong Hi-Lex of America (door and window regulators)
- Knauf (fiberglass insulation)
- Saehaesung (metal stamping & robot welding)
- Learn more.
Convenient and Accessible Transportation
Strong transportation networks and quick access to major routes, make Chambers County an attractive place to live and do business. Area highways, airports, and railways provide affordable transport costs for shipping manufactured goods, lowering overall cost of doing business. Major highways include I-85, US Hwy 29, US Hwy 280, and US Hwy 431. The county is serviced by CSX Transportation and Norfolk Southern railways, and major commercial airlines are as close as 20 miles away. Learn more.