Monroeville / Monroe County Chamber
Business Information
Click Here for More Information
LIGHT INDUSTRIAL FACILITY
(FORMER USE - GARMENT MANUFACTURING)
115 MEDLINE DRIVE
FRISCO CITY, ALABAMA
FOR SALE OR LEASE
360 SOUTH ALABAMA AVENUE
MONROEVILLE, ALABAMA





Monroe County's location, workforce & transportation advantages make it the perfect home for large industries and small businesses.
  • Monroe County is open to business.
  • Located in southwest Alabama, approximately half-way between major cities Montgomery and Mobile, Monroe County has easy access to Interstate-65 via federal and state highways (25 miles from South exit; 30 miles from North exit.)
  • Location Advantages
  • 92-acre Industrial Development Park located on Highway 21 South, less than 5 minutes from Monroe County Airport.
  • Business-friendly local leadership offers competitive incentives package and site location assistance services.

Workforce Advantages

  • Monroe County currently has 20.0-percent unemployment rate due to corporate down-sizing and relocation of manufacturing jobs to off-shore plants.
  • Monroe County has trained, available work force with ability to transfer skills to any project.
  • State and federal industrial training programs are available, customized to company needs.
  • Technical/training support is available from Alabama Southern Community College, located in Monroeville.

Transportation Advantages

  • Accessible county, state and interstate highway network connecting Monroe to surrounding counties provides for industrial transportation needs.
  • Two major Monroeville-based trucking companies provide transportation services to regional industries.
  • Truck-to-rail facilities available in Monroeville.
  • City and county are served by two railroad lines.
  • Monroe County is bordered on the west by the Alabama River, a deep, navigable body which is open to barge transport traffic and connects to the Port of Mobile, one of the largest deepwater ports in the Southeastern U.S. which has substantial shipping capabilities.
  • Monroe County Airport is an impressive small airport located within 10 minutes of downtown Monroeville. A 6,100-foot runway, hangar and fueling facilities are available for use by industry.
  • Monroe County is home to many successful companies ... companies which support both domestic and international markets. This diverse industrial base includes:
  • Intimate, uniform, medical-apparel manufacturing
  • Pulp, paper and newsprint manufacturing
  • Lumber and pole production
  • Furniture & cabinet manufacturing
  • Fasteners manufacturing
  • Precast concrete fabrication
  • Telecommunications
  • Agriculture
  • Livestock
  • Signs