The Alabama Port Authority and CSX Transportation announced that Decatur, Ala., will be home to a new intermodal container transfer facility to connect north Alabama to the Port of Mobile.
A $30 million workforce training center focused on electric vehicle technology will be built in Decatur, Ala., Gov. Kay Ivey announced Nov. 27.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — An auto parts supplier plans a $114 million investment to expand its facility in Alabama to support the production of electric vehicle parts, Gov. Kay Ivey’s office announced Aug. 15.August 16, 2023
Love’s Family of Companies announced July 12 that its trading and logistics arm, Musket Corp., has opened its first diesel exhaust fluid terminal in Alabama.
The Port of Mobile has set a new record for annual container traffic, beating the benchmark it set in 2021 by more than 11%.January 20, 2023
Three plans targeted to improve truck traffic in Alabama are among 33 road and bridge projects receiving a total of $40 million in state transportation funds announced by Gov. Kay Ivey.
Two members of the Federal Maritime Commission praised the growth, diversity and import-export balance of the Port of Mobile during a visit on Nov. 16.November 17, 2022
The Alabama State Port Authority has released a new study showing significant growth in jobs, tax revenue and general economic impact since 2019, underscoring the port’s place as a major economic driver in the state.October 24, 2022
The Alabama Trucking Association aims to elevate the industry’s visibility in the state’s current election cycle with an ad campaign backing incumbent Gov. Kay Ivey, a candidate the group said has been a key supporter of trucking.