Colclasher Enterprises Plans Selma, Alabama, Production Operations
The company will retrofit an existing building at #2 Industrial Parkway in the Craig Industrial Park. Production is scheduled for the third quarter of 2024.
“We believe this project aligns with the long-term goals and vision of both our company, the Selma & Dallas County community, and the state of Alabama,” said Lyle Bollin, vice president of Business Development for Colclasher Enterprises. “The project includes numerous benefits such as job creation, economic gain, and a commitment to community development.”
Colclasher Enterprises produces drainage solutions for agriculture, stormwater, and residential applications. The company produces corrugated plastic pipes, farm drainage tile, fittings, stormwater detention and infiltration systems, chambers, inlet structures, and water quality treatment options.
“Corporate decision-makers around the world are increasingly gravitating towards the compelling business advantages offered by Alabama’s rural communities,” noted Brenda Tuck, Rural Development Manager for the Alabama Department of Commerce. “The secret is out of the bag — rural Alabama is home to high-performing companies operating in a broad array of industries, and new growth projects like the one just announced by Colclasher Enterprises will advance that reputation.”
“I feel the company is a good fit for our community,” added Wayne Vardaman, executive director of the Selma & Dallas County Economic Development Authority. “Corporate decision-makers around the world are increasingly gravitating towards the compelling business advantages offered by Alabama’s rural communities.”
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