A Southern Boom

Why is it that so many companies are choosing the South for industrial building projects and expansions? This issue of the GrayWay explores this question, providing insight from economic development officials and corporate decision makers who have chosen the South as home to their manufacturing facilities and distribution centers. From its innate qualities like land availability and large labor pools to the aggressive recruitment efforts of southern state governments, it seems the South is becoming a top choice for new plant construction.

Why is it that so many companies are choosing the South for industrial building projects and expansions? This issue of the GrayWay explores this question, providing insight from economic development officials and corporate decision makers who have chosen the South as home to their manufacturing facilities and distribution centers. From its innate qualities like land availability and large labor pools to the aggressive recruitment efforts of southern state governments, it seems the South is becoming a top choice for new plant construction.

August 05, 2011

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