BendPak Industrial Complex under development in Alabama - Transmission Digest

BendPak Industrial Complex under development in Alabama

BendPak, Inc. is developing a new Industrial Complex in Mobile County, Alabama. The complex will be located a couple miles from BendPak’s recently expanded East Coast campus, and will occupy 33 acres.

BendPak Industrial Complex will feature several large multi-use buildings that will provide an optimal environment for light manufacturing and assembly; product development and testing; and comprehensive distribution, marketing and sales support. BendPak says it will be able to expedite customer deliveries, with the layout and design planned to optimize supply chain and distribution.

Phase one of the BendPak Industrial Complex is expected to be fully operational by summer 2025.

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