Huntsville-based Brown Precision Inc. plans to invest $7 million to open a manufacturing facility in southwest Alabama’s rapidly expanding aerospace corridor, officials said this morning.
Brown Precision’s facility in Atmore’s Rivercane Industrial Park will create more than 100 jobs, said Mayor Jim Staff, who welcomed the company at a joint meeting of the City Council and the Atmore Industrial Development Board.
The family owned company, founded in 1964, performs precision machining for the aerospace and medical industries. It manufactures complex components ranging from aircraft and helicopter parts to artificial human joints. Clients include GE Aviation, GKN Aerospace, Bell, PPG Aerospace and Smith & Nephew.