Several internationally based companies have established locations in Limestone County.
- American Leakless Co, LLC
- Asahi Kasei Plastics North American
- Coilplus Alabama, Inc.
- Tris USA, Inc.
- Vuteq Alabama
- Toyota Tsusho
- Y-tec Keylex Toyotetsu Alabama (YKTA)
- Daikyo Nishiakwa USA, Inc.
- Mazda Toyota
- Toyota Boshoku AKI (TBAKI)
- EFI Automotive
- InTech America
- BOCAR US
- Aviagen North America
- Dura Coat Products
- Indorama Ventures Sustainable Solutions
International Programs & Resources
Alabama Germany Partnership
Alabama Germany Partnership (AGP) is a statewide, non-profit organization, dedicated to the development of the educational, business, cultural, and social relationships among individuals and organizations with ties to both Alabama and Germany.
Japan-America Society of Alabama
The Japan-America Society of Alabama provides culture exchange opportunities between Japan and America. The organization strives to provide a better understanding of both nations through education opportunities and networking programs.
Japanese Saturday School
Open only to Japanese citizens or the equivalent, this school teaches grades 1-9 math and Japanese. They utilize textbooks directly from Japan and give a large amount of homework. The system has three school periods per calendar year, and it accepts transfer students at any time. Class schedules are available in English and Japanese.
Alabama International Trade Center
The mission of the Alabama SBDC Network is to enhance economic growth by making Alabama small businesses more competitive through the provision of entrepreneurial assistance.
North Alabama International Trade Association
The North Alabama International Trade Association (NAITA) is a business-driven organization with the mission to provide international trade advocacy, training, and networking to promote economic growth in North Alabama.
Export and Trade, Alabama Department of Commerce
The Alabama Department of Commerce’s Office of International Trade aids the development and promotion of exports and stands behind the belief that our state’s economy is a direct correlation to our competitive international business acumen.