In the heart of America’s best business state, a dynamic destination is coming into its own — an emerging “corridor” of commerce where two major Interstates 85 (north/south) and 40 (east/west) link two of the fastest growing and most talked-about metro areas on the East Coast.
At one end, the Research Triangle Park Region of Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill; at the other, the Piedmont Triad Region of Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point.
Alamance County is the centerpiece of this Carolina Corridor, where the full resources of the region come together to create exceptional opportunities for expanding and relocating companies.
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An opinion column in The Times News today was titled “Waiting for the Jobs to Arrive.” An interesting article about labor participation and job growth in the US, which is mixed at best. However, the article ended with a great highlight about Alamance County, NC:
“We can say that better times are ahead for Alamance County over the next couple of years…(click to finish reading)
Cambro Manufacturing Company announced today plans for a new manufacturing facility to be constructed in Mebane, NC. Cambro, a manufacturer of food service and health care products including trays, table service, storage, shelving and insulated transport products, will create 100 jobs and invest $30.4 million over the next three years.
“What a positive way to end 2013,” said Governor Pat McCrory when announcing Walmart locating a perishable foods warehouse and distribution facility in Alamance County.