ALABASTER, Ala. (AP) - A South Carolina-based company that makes equipment for foundries is investing $1.5 million to set up a manufacturing operation in Alabaster.
Lancaster, S.C.-based Supreme Cores of the Carolinas Inc. says it will set up Supreme Cores Alabama Inc.
The Birmingham News reports the plant will operate in a 21,000-square-foot industrial building on a 10-acre site where it will produce mold cores made of sand and resins for foundries in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee.
Christopher Grossmann, who is establishing the Alabama operation, said Supreme Cores already supplies several companies in Alabama and the new facility will allow it to do more for them and add new customers.
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