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Aluminum recycling plant coming to Clay County as part of $29 million investment

Photo courtesy of Owl's Head Alloys

Another aluminum-based company is coming to Mississippi’s Golden Triangle.

Aluminum processing company Owl’s Head Alloys will be locating its operations in Clay County with a $29 million investment that is expected to create 68 new jobs.

Headquartered in Bowling Green, Kentucky, Owl’s Head Alloys is a secondary aluminum processor that melts down and recycles aluminum products and by-products to be reused in manufacturing processes. The company will supply recycled aluminum to Aluminum Dynamics — a $2.5 billion facility expected to be constructed in Lowndes County by 2025.

 “Owl’s Head Alloys’ decision to establish its operations in Clay County is a testament to the Golden Triangle as a destination for innovative industries,” Golden Triangle Development Link CEO Joe Max Higgins said.

“This investment and the job creation underscores the strength of our local economy and the collaborative spirit within our communities. We welcome Owl’s Head Alloys to the Golden Triangle region, and I’m confident that their presence will further enhance our reputation as a hub for manufacturing excellence.”

The Mississippi Development Authority is assisting with building improvements for the Kentucky business. The city of West Point and Clay County are providing local tax abatement assistance.

Construction is slated to begin by May and is expected to be completed in 18 months.

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