"For the site selection of Americhem's newest plant we looked across several states. Our interaction with the EDC was a large part of our decision to invest in Liberty. The combination of "can do" professionalism and down home friendliness made us very confident in our choice, and our experience to date has proven we made the right call." Americhem - Liberty, NC
"In 2005 Malt-O-Meal began a site search for a plant site to service the eastern 1/3 of the US with cereal. Randolph County had the right combination of location, manufacturing climate, labor availability, and transportation. We appreciate the cooperation and support provided by the EDC, Randolph County, and City of Asheboro allowing our new manufacturing plant to become a reality." MOM Brands - Asheboro, NC
"Randolph County has a deep sense of community, which is a very important value to The Timken Company and our associates. We continue to be successful in the recruitment and development of a skilled workforce, and have benefited from the productive relationships with state and local government agencies, and the community college system."
Timken Company - Randleman, NC
"Asheboro has been a home to Energizer Battery for more than 60 years. Now, more than ever, the strategic benefits of manufacturing in Randolph County provides Energizer an important competitive advantage in a challenging global economy."Energizer - Asheboro, NC
"Our decision to relocate to Randolph County in 1998 has proved to be extremely rewarding and provided us with a number of unexpected benefits. Our unprecedented partnership with the county and economic development corporation and the quality and work ethic of the employees who make up our Sealy family has overwhelmingly exceeded our original expectations. Sealy is 'Taking Care of Business' very successfully in Randolph County!"Tempur Sealy International - Archdale, NC
"Rheem Manufacturing moved its “Replacement Parts Division” to Randleman, NC in 2005 from Ft Smith, AR to be closer to their eastern customer base. Since the move, the division has experienced significant growth and this year opened an additional western facility in Salt Lake City, UT. Rheem’s parts division provides parts and aftermarket supplies for the HVAC and Water Heating industries."
Rheem - Randleman, NC
"In 2009 PEMMCO Manufacturing was faced with outgrowing their existing facility and needed to expand their operations. Working with the EDC, we reviewed numerous locations to find a site that would work best for us. Even though the site we selected had obstacles such as proper zoning and water and sewer, the EDC assured us that they would work to take care of these issues with minimal impact on us. They were true to their word and we moved forward to build our new facility and significantly grow our business."
PEMMCO Manufacturing - Asheboro, NC
Welcome to North Carolina's Industrial Center
The Randolph County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is a non-profit organization utilizing public and private funds to promote Randolph County's economic future. The EDC works with new and existing industry for the creation of new jobs, expanded tax base in the county, and a stronger local economy.Randolph County is located in the center of North Carolina, a part of the Piedmont Triad region, a twelve-county area whose central location puts it within 90 miles of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the west and within 200 miles of the Atlantic Ocean to the east. The county sits in the middle of the Eastern Seaboard, within 500 miles of half of the nation's population and largest markets. The region is united by the Piedmont Triad International Airport, six interstate highways, a score of colleges and universities, and a rich cultural life.
Located in the heart of North Carolina, halfway along the Interstate 85 Crescent, Randolph County is adjacent to Greensboro, one hour west of Raleigh and the Research Triangle Park, and 90 miles north of Charlotte. Three international airports are located in less than a two-hour drive.
Public hearings set for two economic development projectsASHEBORO — On Monday, Randolph County commissioners set public hearings for their next meeting on Aug. 4 for two economic development projects. “I hope this is a good sign of things to come,” Commissioner...Read More...