-John Boyd, The Boyd Company, a Princeton, NJ site selection firm with clients like PRATT & WHITNEY, PEPSICO and DELL.
Clay County, Florida is fortunate to have 110 excellent advanced manufacturers.
Clay County offers the kind of highly-skilled, motivated, and trainable workers that are needed by today's sophisticated manufacturing operations, at a price that is lower than in many other metropolitan areas in the southeastern United States. Much of the area's workforce has military ties and experience, giving them specialized and highly technical expertise.
Clay manufacturing companies employ over 1000 workers with an average annual wage of $45,000.
The Space You Need to Grow:
In a highly cost-competitive industry, Clay County offers affordable real estate and lease terms compared to other major metro areas in the region. Industrial development sites are available that can accommodate special needs, including water access, runways, and hangar space.
Low-Cost, High-Reliability Transportation:
Clay County's proximity to key land, air, rail, and marine transportation routes serving the southeastern United States and beyond (including the Port of Jacksonville), combined with the cost advantage of being on a "back-haul" shipping route, allows local manufacturers to receive raw materials and ship final products on a reliable schedule at competitive costs.
*Custom large industrial sewer vacuum trucks
*Produces water heating solar panels for commercial and residential use
*Precision Sheet Metal Manufacturing and Contract Manufacturing
*Custom Roll Forming, Precision Metal Stamping, Press Brake Bending, Powder Coating, Custom Welding, Extrusion Services, Metal Fabrication, Metal Riveting, Notching & Clinching, Finishing Capabilities, Solar Components & Panel Suppliers, Engineering Services