New Manufacturing Study Highlights Advantages in Charlotte Region
The Charlotte Regional Business Alliance recently completed a new manufacturing study highlighting why the Charlotte Region is a popular place for relocating and expanding manufacturing companies.
Over the past five years, the Charlotte Region’s manufacturing industry has grown at twice the national average. As companies are expected to reevaluate their supply chains in response to recent disruptions during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Charlotte Region is poised for continued growth. At the close of 2020, the CLT Alliance issued the Manufacturing in the Charlotte Region Report and Labor Market Survey, highlighting some of the biggest trends in Manufacturing in our region. The study was truly a regional effort, with partnership from the fifteen counties that make up the Charlotte Region.
We encourage you to review the resources compiled to help your business connect in the region:
Charlotte Region Manufacturing Study
- An introduction to why manufacturing is important to the region
- A detailed look at 4 industry clusters in the region
- Appendix including innovation and educational assets, training and services providers, and talent information
- A list of manufacturers in the Charlotte region with over 20 employees. The database includes company, address, industries served, product/service the location provides, and 6-Digit NAICS Code.
- 126 manufacturers were surveyed among 12 counties in the Charlotte region representing 16,779 employees. Manufacturers responded to a variety of labor-related questions including ones about wages, benefits, staff turnover, and employee requirements.
Interactive Asset Maps for each of the clusters studied
- Automotive Asset Map
- Advanced Materials Asset Map
- Machinery Asset Map
- Energy Asset Map
For more information contact:
Vice President, Economic Research
Charlotte Regional Business Alliance