“Once again, our local economy gets another boost thanks to Sterling and Druid Capital’s decision to expand in Monroeville,” said Oglesby. “Our continued success is attributed to the teamwork of great partners.
(Kay) Ivey, Director Kenneth Boswell and Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs, Sec. Greg Canfield and Alabama Department of Commerce,Chairman Chris Masingill and Delta Regional Authority, Judge Greg Norris and Monroe County Commission, Chairman Patrick Harrigan and the City of Monroeville Industrial Development Board, George Landegger and Parsons and Whittemore and MMCEDA Director Whitney Barlow and the Monroeville/Monroe County Authority.
“Monroeville continues to grow in industry and manufacturing, attracting companies who want to call our wonderful city their home. Our community offers these companies, not just a great location, but a workforce that is second to none.”
Jim Hickson, president of Sterling Packaging, said, “This great partnership with Druid Capital allows Sterling to expand and better serve our existing clients, while aggressively growing our business in Canada and the U.S. We are delighted to be a part of theMonroeville, Alabama business community.”