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Alabama Manufacturer of Plastic Packaging

Alabama Manufacturer of Plastic Packaging

Maryland Thermoform is offering Alabama businesses our award winning Manufacturer of Plastic Packaging , a world leader in the manufacturing of thermoforming components, manufacture enclosures for specialist electronic equipment, Anti Static Component Trays, Dental Castings Parts, Medical Devices for the Disabled, Wheel Hub Covers, Ski-Boxes and Storage Racks, Wind Tunnel Models, Parts for All Terrain Vehicles, Point of Purchase Trays, Truck Cab Door Interiors, Wind and Rain Deflectors, Scooter Shrouds, Mudguards,Bumpers and Protective Panels, Battery and Electronic Housings, Prototype and Development work, Utility Shelves, Liners, Seat Backs, Door Innerliners and Dash Surrounds Windshields, Motorcycle Windshields, Electrical Enclosures, Dashboards, Computer Industry, Manufacture of Screen Surrounds, Soft Transparent Keyboard Covers, ISO 9001 2008 Registered with Design company, CNC Routing and Prototyping to Production all under one roof for over 37 years.

Alabama located in the southeastern region of the United States. It is bordered by Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, Florida and the Gulf of Mexico to the south, and Mississippi to the west. Alabama ranks 30th in total land area and ranks second in the size of its inland waterways. The state ranks 23rd in population with 4.7 million residents in 2009.

Alabama’s industrial outputs include iron and steel products (including cast-iron and steel pipe); paper, lumber, and wood products; mining (mostly coal); plastic products; cars and trucks; and apparel. Also, Alabama produces aerospace and electronic products, mostly in the area, location of NASA’s George C. Marshall Space Flight Center and the , headquartered at Redstone Arsenal.

Most Alabama’s economic growth is due to the state’s expanding automotive manufacturing industry. Located in the state are Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama, , and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama, as well as their various suppliers. Since 1993, the automobile industry has generated more than 67,800 new jobs in the state. Alabama currently ranks 4th in the nation in automobile output.

Steel producers Nucor, , ThyssenKrupp, and U.S. Steel have facilities in Alabama and employ over 10,000 people. In May 2007, German steelmaker ThyssenKrupp selected Alabama for a $3.7 billion steel production plant, with the promise of 2,700 permanent jobs. When ThyssenKrupp’s new facilities reach full production capacity, Alabama is expected to become the third largest steel producing state in the country behind Indiana and Pennsylvania.

The , a subsidiary of Hunt Consolidated, Inc., is based in and operates a refinery there. The company also operates terminals in Mobile, Melvin, and .[85] JVC America, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of ., operates an optical disc replication and packaging plant in .

Michelin North America operated a 1,000,000 square feet (9.3 ha) in Opelika from 1963 to 2009, when it shut down. formerly operated a plant in Mobile, but ceased production operations in 2010. The plant had previously been idled in 2007 before resuming in 2008 and may reopen in the future once demand recovers.

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