WAAY 31 schooled an automotive retailer is now operative with Toyota to move 50 new jobs to a plant.
Newman Technology association is celebrating a fifth anniversary in Albertville where it debuted a newest technology.
WAAY 31 was there for a jubilee and schooled some-more about what this new enlargement means for Toyota.
Newman Technology now employees 320 people and now another 50 jobs have been combined to a plant. Plant manager Jeff Thomas pronounced a Toyota-Corolla plan started only over a year ago and now a plant is operative with another manufacturer in Mississippi to stamp support components for a company.
“For a toyota plan it would be a support components stamping out of that,” pronounced Thomas.
The plant now has a new 2,000 metric ton Aida press to do a stamping work and will boat a tools from Albertville to a plant in Mississippi. This helped to emanate 50 new jobs during a plant.
“It’s good for a company. it’s good for a community. You know Albertville and Marshall County they have been only smashing to us. This association here, 320 jobs, a good shot in a for a village here,” pronounced Thomas.
Thomas pronounced this is only a latest in a 3 partial expansion.
Governor Kay Ivey was during a jubilee and she told WAAY 31 Newman Technology is carrying a outrageous impact on a economy in Alabama.
“These folks are working. They’re means to yield for themselves and their families. They’re profitable taxes. This is outrageous and that’s a reason because flourishing a economy is so important. Putting a people behind to work and we’ve got some-more operative currently than ever in a states history,” pronounced Governor Ivey.
Thomas pronounced a association is looking brazen to continued expansion and they couldn’t do it but their employees.
The association also used a jubilee to as a time to give behind to a village presenting Albertville High School with a $10,000 check.