Exports set record in 2022; Milo’s postpones downtown Birmingham opening; Luckie exec new humanities chair; Baldwin Bone & Joint opening new location

Alabama exports topped $25.5 billion in 2022, setting a record.

Exports set record in 2022

Alabama exports topped $25.5 billion in 2022, setting a record. The export activity was driven by rising overseas shipments of Alabama-made vehicles, aerospace parts, chemicals, minerals, metals and paper products, according to the Alabama Department of Commerce.  – Made in Alabama


Milo’s postpones downtown Birmingham opening

Milo’s Hamburgers has postponed the opening of its downtown Birmingham location, which was planned for Feb. 15. Construction delays have caused the chain to push back the opening, and a new date will be announced later. – AL.com

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Luckie exec new humanities chair

Ed Mizzell, a longtime executive with Birmingham-based Luckie & Co., has been named chairman of the Alabama Humanities Alliance’s board of directors.  The AHA is a nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, charged with supporting impactful storytelling, lifelong learning and civic engagement statewide. – Alabama Humanities Alliance

Baldwin Bone & Joint opening new location

Daphne-based Baldwin Bone & Joint is opening a new location in Spanish Fort. Slated to open in the spring of 2024, the 10,300-square-foot facility will include 18 exam rooms, four procedure rooms and more. – Becker’s Spine Review

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