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         Alabama Industry:     more books (100)
  1. The One-Gallused Rebellion: Agrarianism in Alabama, 1865-1896 by William Warren Rogers Sr, 2001-06-18
  2. It's All Politics: South Alabama's Seafood Industry by E. Paul Durrenberger, 1992-09-01
  3. Fishing for Gold: The Story of Alabama's Catfish Industry (Alabama Fire Ant) by Karni R. Perez, 2006-03-28
  4. The Alabama Opportunity by Alabama. Dept. of Industries, 2010-01-12
  5. The Alabama Guide: Our People, Resources, and Government 2009 by Alabama Department of Archives and History, 2009-09-28
  6. Alabama Blast Furnaces (Library Alabama Classics) by Joseph H. Woodward II, 2007-04-28
  7. An Alabama Newspaper Tradition: Grover Hall and the Hall Family by Daniel W. Hollis, 1983-04-30
  8. Tannehill and the growth of the Alabama iron industry: Including the Civil War in West Alabama by James R Bennett, 1999
  9. A history of the cotton textile industry of Alabama, 1809-1950 by Dwight M Wilhelm, 1950
  10. The iron and steel industries of the South (University of Alabama. Bureau of Business Research. Printed series) by Herman Hollis Chapman, 1953
  11. The mineral industry of Alabama, 1960 (Reprint series - Geological Survey of Alabama) by Avery H Reed, 1963
  12. Markham Bailey digital label company opens in Alabama.(INDUSTRY NEWS)(Company overview): An article from: Label & Narrow Web by Unavailable, 2010-09-01
  13. The mineral industry of Alabama, 1968 (Reprint series - Geological Survey of Alabama) by Ronald P Hollenbeck, 1969
  14. Tannehill and the Growth of the Alabama Iron Industry by James R. Bennett, 1999-12-01

1. Alabama - Industry
Alabama's industrial boom, which began in the 1870s with the exploitation of the coal and iron fields in the north, quickly transformed Birmingham into the leading industrial city
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By the late 1970s, the older smokestack industries were clearly in decline, but Birmingham received a boost in 1984 when US Steel announced it would spend $1.3 billion to make its Fairfield plant the newest fully integrated steel mill in the nation. In 1997, Mercedes Benz began manufacturing its sport utility vehicle at a new facility in Vance. As of 1999, the principal employers among industry groups were food and kindred products, textile mill products, apparel and other textile products, primary metal industries, industrial machinery and equipment, electronic equipment, and transportation equipment. Electrical machinery, computer equipment, and transportation equipment in Alabama are typically exported to Canada, Mexico, and Germany. The value of manufacturing shipments in 1997 equaled $69.7 billion, with a 31.9% growth from 1992. Alabama was found directly in the middle of states ranked by growth in manufacturing. Mineral industries grew at a much slower rate (5.9%), on par with the US as a whole. Construction, on the other hand, grew at a rate of 65.4% from 1992 to 1997, to $12.6 billion of business done during 1997. Earnings of persons employed in Alabama increased from $63.8 billion in 1997 to $66.9 billion in 1998, an increase of 4.9%. The largest industries in 1998 were services, 23.2% of earnings; state and local government, 12.5%; and durable goods manufacturing, 12.1%. Of the industries that accounted for at least 5% of earnings in 1998, the slowest growing from 1997 to 1998 was transportation and public utilities (6.6% of earnings in 1998), which increased 2.7%; the fastest was finance, insurance, and real estate (5.7% of earnings in 1998), which increased 7.7%.

2. Alabama Department Of Industrial Relations - Unemployment Compensation
Includes information on filing UC Partials, quick facts and filing requirements, claims and benefits, technical information for employers, resources and history of the program.
DIR Home Contact Us About Us Site Map Welcome to the Unemployment Compensation (UC) Division. The information provided here should assist you in understanding many of the services we provide. The UC program is complex and it varies in operational procedures from state to state. The information provided here applies primarily to claims and employment based on the situation in Alabama. ( more information UC Seminar for Employers
Helpful information on Managing your Unemployment Insurance (pdf) Benefit Rights and Responsibilities
A handbook for Alabama Unemployment Compensation claimants (pdf document) Claims and Benefits FAQ
General information on filing a claim, benefit amount, work in another State, avoiding problems, prior military, TRA, etc. ALHCTC - Health Coverage Tax Credit
The IRS administers the Health Coverage Tax Credit, which is designed to help pay 80% of your eligible health care premium. Several states have been awarded money to assist you with the advance payment program. Alabama has partnered with the State of Maryland to bring this program to Alabama. Because enrolling with the IRS can take some time, ALHCTC is able to step in and help you with your premium while you complete your Federal HCTC enrollment. Miscellaneous Information FAQ
General information on overpayments, lost/stolen debit cards, requesting replacement 1099, withholding Federal Tax, fraud, reporting fraud, etc.

3. ::. Welcome To The Alabama Technology Network .::
Mission, activities, expertise, events, staff, who to contact in this organization dedicated to assisting Alabama industry, linking state schools and the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama.

4. An Alabama Industry Profile
An Alabama Industry Profile Economic Development Partnership of Alabama Automotive Industry Alabama is the home to MercedesBenz, Honda and Hyundai assembly plants.

5. ACI
Correctional Industries exist primarily for the purpose of providing a worktraining program for inmates of the Department of Corrections.
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Alabama Correctional Industries Correctional Industries exist primarily for the purpose of providing a work-training program for inmates of the Department of Corrections. Our secondary and equally important purpose is to assist all state departments, institutions, and political sub-divisions of the State in securing their requirements to the extent that we are able to supply them. ACI employs approximately 125 "free-world" staff and 1,500 inmates. We offer more than 500 products, custom items, and services. Products and/or Services available include:
  • Office Furniture (Modular cubicles, chairs, desks and bookshelves)

6. NAIDA - North Alabama Industrial Development Association
Assists in creating quality jobs for residents of Northern Alabama. This is accomplished through coordinating the location, development and promotion of business and industry which will attract, expand, and/or retain jobs.
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Barton Riverfront Industrial Park , 785 acres
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Cherokee Nitrogen Site , 130 acres
Dry Creek Site , 67 acres
Goosepond Industrial Park , 150 acres
Hill Site , 1200 acres Hood Harris Site , 1000 acres Mallard Fox Creek Industrial Park , 100 acres Monsanto Site and Building , 600 acres Sand Barge Serrving Jackson Co. Industrial Park , 310 acres ACYT Receives Honda Award Bradley Arant Boult Cummings in U.S. News Ranking KTH Receives Honda Award Representative Frank McDaniel Receives Award ...
Welcome to North Alabama
The North Alabama Industrial Development Association is an economic development organization ready to assist companies and site location consultants find available sites and buildings in North Alabama. If you are looking for industrial property or office space in the Southeast, North Alabama is a great location. This website was built to fulfill all of your site selection needs by providing a searchable database of available sites and buildings in our 13-County region, an overview of each county, analysis on the major industry sectors including our existing industry, information on labor, demographics, transportation, education, utilities, and comprehensive maps of the region. For further assistance please call 1-800-669-9450 or email to

7. - What Are The Major Industries In Alabama
The major industries in Alabama are agriculture (corn, cotton, soybeans, peanuts, livestock, and poultry), mining (iron ore, limestone, coal), hydroelectric power, and steel

8. ALFA Farmers Federation - Agriculture, Alabama's No. 1 Industry
Alabama's agribusiness industries account for 476,000 jobs with annual earnings of more than $9 billion, more
History Leadership County Federations Member Spotlight ... Ag Links
Mini Ag Facts Click here to download a PDF version of Alabama Farm Facts Where Does Alabama Rank Nationally?
  • Catfish - 2nd
  • Forest Land - 2nd
  • Broiler Production - 3rd
  • Peanuts - 3rd
  • Sod - 3rd
  • Pecans - 5th
  • Sweet Potatoes - 5th
  • Cotton Production - 8th
  • Meat Goats - 10th
  • Blueberries - 12th
  • Egg Production - 14th
  • Peaches - 14th
  • Cattle - 26th
Alabama's Top 5 Commodities
  • Poultry
  • Cattle and Calves
  • Greenhouse, Sod, and Nursery Products
  • Cotton
  • Peanuts
Alabama Agriculture
  • Alabama has more than 48,500 farms, which cover 9 million acres.
  • Alabama agricultural exports total $1 billion a year, with poultry accounting for about one-third of all exports.
  • About half of the peanuts grown in the United Stated are harvested within a 100-mile radius of Dothan, Ala.
  • Alabama is home to an emerging citrus industry, with 100 acres of commercial Satsumas producing 3.5 million pounds of fruit each year.
Agriculture and You
Products we use in our daily lives come from plants and animals produced by America's farmers and ranchers including:
  • Personal Care Products
  • Construction Materials
  • Health Care Supplies and Medications
  • Manufacturing Products
  • Entertainment Industry Products
  • School Supplies
  • Uniforms and Sporting Equipment
  • Fuels and Automobile Products
High-Tech Farming
  • Ninety-two percent of young farmers and ranchers use computers.

9. AIDT - Alabama Industrial Development Training
An institute of the State s Department of Postsecondary Education, encourages economic development through job-specific training. Training services are offered in many areas, ranging from welding to software engineering. AIDT s services are free of charge to new and expanding industries throughout the State.

10. - Irondalecommunityschool/Alabama Industry
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11. Lanett, Alabama (AL) Hotels, Yellow Pages, Homes, Weather, Apartments, Jobs, And
City of Lanett, Alabama. Find hotels, homes, jobs, apartments, yellow pages, and events in Lanett. Also weather, restaurants, schools, businesses, city information and other info
City of Lanett, Alabama. Find hotels, homes, jobs, apartments, yellow pages, and events in Lanett. Also weather, restaurants, schools, businesses, city information and other info for Lanett.
Welcome to Lanett, AL
About Lanett:
Lanett is a city located in Chambers County, Alabama. As of the 2000 census, the population of the city is 7,897. Lanett is located in eastern Alabama, on the Chattahoochee River, northeast of Montgomery. One of the major industries is cotton milling. (More Info and Source)
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12. Articles About Alabama Industry - Los Angeles Times
Alabama Industry News. Find breaking news, commentary, and archival information about Alabama Industry from the Los Angeles Times

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14. Encyclopedia Of Alabama - Categories - Business And Industry
Business and Industry

15. Alabama Institute For Deaf And Blind - Alabama Industries For The Blind
Alabama Industries for the Blind is a diverse manufacturing complex and one of the country's largest employers of people who are blind. AIB provides training and employment Industries for the Blind.aspx?Page=7302e4a3-e47d-49f

16. Bessemer Alabama Encyclopedia II - Bessemer Alabama - Industry
In 1911, the town was served by five railroad lines Alabama Great Southern (Queen Crescent route), the Louisville Nashville Railroad, the Kansas City, Memphis

17. The 50 States Project - Alabama - Industry
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18. EERE State Activities And Partnerships: Energy Consumption In Alabama Industry
Energy Consumption in Alabama Industry. The charts and statistics on this page show economic indicators of industrial energy consumption in Alabama.
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Energy Consumption in Alabama Industry
The charts and statistics on this page show economic indicators of industrial energy consumption in Alabama. You can link to the following graphs on this page: These indicators show the decreasing energy intensity of Alabama industry over time. Read more about energy statistics One indicator of the importance of the industrial sector to the energy economy of the state is reflected in the number of people working in large energy consuming activities such as manufacturing, agriculture, and mining. Source: 2000 U.S. Census Percent of Alabama workforce in manufacturing Percent state rank Percent of Alabama workforce in agriculture and mining Percent state rank
Gross Product in Alabama Industry per Unit of Energy Input
Alabama industries are growing faster than energy consumption in the industrial sector. In other words, the industrial sector of the Alabama economy is becoming less energy intensive over time. Industrial sales are calculated by adding together sales data by year from the North American Industry Classification System ( NAICS ) published by the U.S. Census Bureau. Energy consumption in industry by state is available from the DOE Energy Information Administration (EIA) State Energy Database (

19. Pike County Economic Development Corporation
* We are pleased to welcome CGI to Troy and Pike County. The hundreds of new jobs will mean more opportunities and brighter futures for so many Alabama families For More

20. Alabama Peanut Crop & Industry County Map
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