Alabama Tank – Fabricated plate work
Alto Products Corp. – Clutch plates
Atmore Industries – Non-woven fabric
Atmore Ready Mix – Ready mix concrete
Escofab, Inc. – Fabricated metal
Escambia Operating Company – Gas condensate
Masland Carpets – Floor coverings
Gulf Transport – Industrial Transport
Muskogee Technology – Fabricated metal (metal stamping)
Swift Lumber, Inc. – Lumber
Tiger-Sul Products, LLC – Agricultural mixes
Impact Telecom – Telecommunications

City leaders realize that it takes more than tall pines and fertile farmland and a strong work ethic to attract industry these days. Consequently, our leaders have taken a pro-active approach to industrial recruitment. The city built three speculative buildings in the 150-acre Atmore Industrial Park. which have now been sold. The City also owns 740 acres on Highway 21 and interstate 65 north of Atmore. See a detailed description by clicking on Rivercane.

Agriculture and timber have long been staples of the Escambia County economy. Atmore industries have become more diverse through the years, and include textiles, metal fabrication, and communication companies. Managers of these companies agree that their loyal, hard-working employees make Atmore a great place in which to do business.

Programs are available locally through Jefferson Davis Community College and through the
Alabama Industrial Development Training can be tailored for a company’s specific application to¬†ensure that those hardworking employees are also well trained.

The City of Atmore also works in conjunction with the Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce, the Escambia County Industrial Development Authority, and the Coastal Gateway Regional Economic Development Alliance to attract new business and industry to the area while pursuing marketing strategies which promote the growth of our community and its existing industries. The City and Chamber are also working on beautification and hometown pride initiatives to enhance the downtown business district, as well as commercial and industrial properties.