Resource pages for "Texas"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
In Fort Worth's Lone Star Commerce Center, the facility will house R&D of additive manufacturing technology for large-scale titanium aerostructures. Meanwhile, KoMiCo will expand in Round Rock.
A joint venture of Chevron Phillips Chemical, QatarEnergy the Golden Triangle Polymers Company LLC integrated polymers facility in Orange, TX is expected to create more than 500 full-time jobs.
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No. 1 Hispanic frozen novelty company in U.S. locates production and distribution facility in Lubbock, TX food manufacturing hub.
Development Corporation of Abilene President & CEO Misty Mayo discusses how the Texas community welcomes companies of all sizes by embracing economic development.
The manufacturer and supplier of building materials will invest over $16 million to relocate its lumber yard and building supply distribution facility to Kyle, TX.
One of the Top 10 economies in the world and with no corporate income tax, Texas offers outsized opportunities for businesses to innovate and grow.
Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing will create 400 new jobs with a 40,000-square-foot expansion of its Kerrville, TX facility.
Fort Worth’s solid foundation and agile ecosystems support growth across traditional and emerging industries.
To strengthen cybersecurity across all sectors, public and private entities are working together.
Wells Fargo will build new campus in Irving-Las Colinas, Volkswagen Group’s new Port Freeport hub will allow utilization of low-emission LNG vessels.
Manufacturers are seeking cutting-edge locations for their state-of-the-art production lines and processes.
The Ziegenfelder Company will invest more than $29 million to build a new manufacturing facility in Lockhart; City Of Dumas earns Film Friendly Texas designation.
New Regional Economic Development Partnership focuses on growing the business community west of the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) metro.
Tropicale Foods will invest $75M and create 500 jobs in Lubbock, Broadwind Heavy Fabrications will invest $3M in Abilene.
The eighth largest industry in the U.S. continues to grow as demand for plastics in construction, automotive, and electrical/electronics markets expands.
The Maruichi Stainless Tube Texas Corporation will create at least 106 new jobs in Seguin, TX over a two-year ramp up period.
Workforce, infrastructure, and quality of life factor into corporate headquarters decisions. Choosing where to move or expand this operation depends on these aspects and more.
A marquee initiative of EDA’s American Rescue Plan, this program awards between $25 and $65 million to rebuild regional economies across the nation.
Significant population shifts, the pandemic, and Industry innovations are shaping the site decisions healthcare and medical device companies are making.