Alloy Company is Turning Heads

WEST POINT, MS – Courtesy of the Daily Journal and the Dispatch

Kentucky aluminum processing company Owl’s Head Alloys is preparing to invest nearly $30 million into their new location in West Point, slated to break ground in just a few months. The company melts down and recycles used and surplus aluminum products so that they can then be used in industry; their plan is to supply Aluminum Dynamics’ rolling mill in Columbus with metal once construction on both factories have been completed. they also plan to bring 68 new local jobs over the course of three years.

Clay County and the City of West Point have offered them tax incentives; the MS Development Authority will be chipping in $1.7 million for building improvements, as well. “Owl’s Head Alloys’ decision to do business in Mississippi is generating nearly 70 new jobs and an impressive investment of more than $29 million that will service local industry and provide sustainable materials in multiple industrial markets,” said MDA Executive Director Bill Cork. “This is precisely the kind of development that can offer economic stability and future investment opportunities for years to come. MDA is excited to welcome this new venture to Mississippi, and we look forward to the many benefits it will bring to Clay County’s thriving economy.”

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