Recent Project Announcements
Texas remains the premier destination for companies to relocate and expand in the U.S. The inquiries from large companies and small businesses alike are not slowing down. Our economic expansion and positive outlook for the future have kept prospect activity high. Here some of companies that have recently announced their move or expansion in the state of Texas.
MPCA in Killeen: MGC Pure Chemicals America, Inc. announced a $100 million expansion to their chemical plant in Killeen, which produces super-pure hydrogen peroxide for the semiconductor industry.
XAG Group in Katy: Development firm XAG Group announced plans for a new $12 million headquarters office in Katy.
Tesla in Hutto: Tesla broke ground on a new $1.5 million investment in Hutto, expanding is tech footprint in the Central Texas area.
MSS International in Austin: MSS International, a supplier of gas sensor and piping to Samsung, selected Round Rock for the location of its new U.S. headquarters.
LG Electronics in Fort Worth: LG Electronics, a division of South Korean conglomerate LG Corp., opened a 100,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Fort Worth for the assembly of EV charging stations.
XBiotech in Austin: XBiotech Inc. is set to expand its Texas headquarters with a new R&D facility in Austin to boost the company's Natrunix rheumatology program.
Shenmao Technology in Texas: Following its strategic expansion initiative, global solder manufacturer Shenmao Technology added a new factory in Texas along the U.S.-Mexico border.
8 Rivers in Port Arthur: 8 Rivers announced its Cormorant Clean Energy Project in Port Arthur, expected to accelerate decarbonization of transportation, industrial processes and agriculture across the Gulf Coast region.
Indusface in Dallas: Indusface, an Application Security SaaS company, announced the opening of its U.S. office headquarters in Dallas.
Graze, Inc. in Plano: Robotics and animation company Graze, Inc. relocated its U.S. headquarters and R&D center from California to Plano. The move "positions Graze at the epicenter of technological innovation, fostering collaboration and growth within the vibrant North Texas business ecosystem."
Standard Meat Company in Fort Worth: Standard Meat Company announced the construction of their fifth protein processing plant in North Texas, which will be a 166,000-square-foot plant in Fort Worth.
Assa Abloy in Plano: Assa Abloy, a Swedish firm specializing in advanced security technology, will relocate its North American headquarters to Plano.
Drake Plastics in Cypress: Drake Plastics held the groundbreaking of its new $26 million, 140,000-square-foot campus in Cypress, which will serve as the company's headquarters.
Waaree Energies in Brookshire: Indian solar product maker Waaree Energies Ltd intends to build a 3-gigawat PV module factory in Texas with an investment expected to be up to $1 billion over the next four years.
Cedar Park: Four global companies have announced expansions into the Cedar Park area, including PD Labs' headquarters office, Compedia's new facility, Plug and Play's new satellite location and Hanyang ENG USA Inc.'s new facility, which will bring a combined total of 298 new jobs and $5.3 million in capital investment.
Nike in Texas: Nike has announced plans to expand its operations with the construction of a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Texas. The state’s favorable business environment, skilled workforce, and strategic geographical position were key considerations for the company.
SpaceX in Boca Chica: SpaceX is expanding its facilities in Boca Chica with plans to ramp up launch cadence and will soon build a rocket manufacturing factory called Starfactory.
Hydroflo Pumps USA in Lubbock: Hydroflo Pumps USA, a manufacturer of vertical and submersible turbine pumps, will expand in Lubbock with 38 new jobs and more than $1.8 million in capital investment.
Petrosmith in Abilene: Petrosmith, an oil and gas production equipment manufacturer, will expand its operations in Abilene with a $25 million capital investment and the creation of 250 skilled jobs.
Calpine Corporation in Freestone County: An expansion at Calpine Corporation's Freestone County Energy Center is expected to bring 300 new jobs and also add 425 megawatts of new, dispatchable power generation to the Texas electrical grid.
Acquire BPO in Irving: Acquire BPO, an Australia-based global outsourcer, opened its U.S. headquarters in Irving with expectations to make at least 130 new hires.
Accelerated Solutions Group in Tomball: Accelerated Solutions Group unveiled its new facility in Tomball, which is expected to create 50 new jobs for the community.
Sika AG in Sealy: Sika AG announced plans to invest in its polymer production at its site in Sealy, marking the company's second polymer investment in Texas in five years.
Plug and Play in Frisco: Plug and Play will open an office in Frisco, bringing a series of startup business accelerator programs to the area's innovation ecosystem.
Vikmar Foods in Austin: Canada-based Vikmar Foods announced a new cutting-edge storage and distribution warehouse in Austin.
Spruce Power in Houston: Spruce Power Holding Corporation, an owner and operator of distributed solar energy assets across the U.S., announced an expansion of its operating headquarters in Houston.
Linnify in Austin: Linnify, a company in information technology, announced its expansion into the U.S with a second headquarters in Austin.
Siemens in Fort Worth: Siemens announced a new high-tech manufacturing facility in Fort Worth, expected to create $150 million in capital investment and 700 new jobs.
John Cockerill Hydrogen in Baytown: John Cockerill Hydrogen announced a U.S. expansion with the launch of gigafactory in Baytown, which is expected to create 200 new jobs and produce 1 gigawatt each year of electrolyzers.
DrinkPAK in Fort Worth: DrinkPAK, a manufacturer of premium alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, will establish two new locations in Fort Worth, bringing 1,000 new jobs and $452 million in capital investment.
Paycom in Grapevine: Paycom will expand its operations in Grapevine. The $27 million project is expected to open in 2025.
H-E-B in San Antonio: H-E-B will expand its San Antonio milk operations with a capital investment of approximately $60 million.
Grupo Bafar in El Paso: Grupo Bafar, a Mexican food production company, will establish a new headquarters and cold storage warehouse in El Paso. The $21 million project is expected to create 120 jobs.
BP in Houston: BP is planning a $20 million renovation to five floors of its North American headquarters in Houston’s Energy Corridor.
Coast Southwest in Irving: Chemical distribution company Coast Southwest announced the official opening of its new corporate headquarters in Irving.
Hanyang Eng USA in Cedar Park: Engineering consultant Hanyang Eng USA will establish its national headquarters in Cedar Park, creating 50 full-time positions by 2025.
Enterprise Products Partners in Texas: Energy pipeline operator Enterprise Products Partners will expand its natural gas liquids (NGLs) operations, adding a pipeline from the Texas Permian Basin, adding new plants to process natural gas and converting an oil pipeline in Texas to NGLs.
DMD in Austin: Arizona-based DMD Systems Recovery opened a facility in Austin, expanding the reach of its reuse-first IT asset disposition business.
Infosys and Spirit AeroSystems in Richardson: Infosys and Spirit AeroSystems inaugurated their dedicated center for aerospace engineering excellence in Richardson to nurture local talent in aerospace and defense engineering.
SAVI Controls in Dallas: Designer and manufacturer of commercial AV control and automation solutions SAVI established a new headquarters and exploration hub in Dallas
JCB in San Antonio: JCB is expanding in Texas with a new manufacturing facility in San Antonio, expected to create more than $265 million in capital investment and more than 1,500 new jobs. The company was extended a Texas Enterprise Fund grant of more than $5.6 million, plus a Veteran Created Job Bonus.
YellaWood in Tyler: YellaWood will build a new processing facility in Tyler, bringing more than 100 new jobs and more than $40 million in capital investment.
Flagstone Foods in El Paso: Flagstone Foods' recent acquisition of a snack nuts brand will result in a $28.2 million expansion of its nuts processing factory and distribution facilities in El Paso.
Grupo Bafar in El Paso: Grupo Bafar, one of Mexico's leaders in the food industry, will relocate its North American Headquarters to El Paso, investing $22 million in capital expenditure and creating 120 new jobs while retaining 155 existing jobs.
Acutronic in Bastrop: Technology company Acutronic will create at least 50 new jobs at the company's future facility in Bastrop while building a 20,000-square-foot facility with a capital investment of at least $4 million.
Elin Energy in Waller County: Turkey-based Elin Energy will establish a new 225,000-sqaure-foot solar panel facility in Waller County, offering substantial job creation opportunities.
ZT Systems in Georgetown: ZT Systems announced a new cloud-computing manufacturing facility in Georgetown, expected to create up to 1,500 high-tech jobs.
Triangle Brick Co. in Clay County: Triangle Brick Co. is expanding its manufacturing facility in Clay County to be able to produce up to 200 million bricks a year.
A&A Texas Capital LP in Crockett: A&A Texas Capital LP established operations in Crockett and plans to create up to 39 new jobs.
Hiller Measurements in El Paso: Defense contractor Hiller Measurements will expand to the El Paso International Airport, adding high-skilled jobs to this critical industry for the community.
DataBank in Dallas: DataBank is expanding its DFW3 data center in Dallas, adding 22,000 square feet of space.
QuickFee in Plano: California financial tech firm QuickFee relocated its North American headquarters to Plano.
CyrusOne in Allen: CyrusOne plans for another data center expansion at its 90-acre campus in Allen, already one of the largest data center campuses in Texas.
Exxon Mobil in Baytown: Exxon Mobil started two new chemical production units at its Baytown refining and petrochemical complex. The $2 billion expansion is part of a long-term plan to deliver higher-value products from its U.S. Gulf Coast facilities.
BrightFarms in Lorena: New York-based BrightFarms will invest more than $120 million for a new hydroponic lettuce farm, with plans to hire hundreds of workers for its new greenhouse in Lorena.
Amogy in Houston: Amogy, a provider of ammonia power solutions, announced its expansion to Houston. The company's new manufacturing facility is expected to create $40 million in capital investment.
Anheuser-Busch in Houston: Anheuser-Busch announced a $22.5 million investment into its brewery in Houston to upgrade the facility’s internal systems and improve efficiency.
Hexagon Purus in Mesquite: Hexagon Purus, a Norway-based manufacturer of zero-emission mobility and hydrogen infrastructure solutions, will build a new 200,000-plus-square-foot facility in Mesquite and employ up to 250 skilled workers.
Black & Veatch in Deer Park: Black & Veatch, a provider of critical infrastructure solutions, announced the opening of a new recruitment office in Deer Park to accelerate the company’s goal to add more than 800 new craft positions in Texas in the coming months.
Nicho Produce in Edinburg: Nicho Produce announced an expansion of their presence in Edinburg with the creation of 91 new jobs.
Hendrix Industries in Sealy: Hendrix Industries will create 150 new manufacturing jobs in Sealy where the company's facility produces engineered quartz solid surfaces and countertops.
Milestone Carbon in Midland: Milestone Carbon, a provider of permanent carbon sequestration services for industrial emitters, announced the development of a CO2 sequestration hub in the southwestern Midland Basin.
SXT in Georgetown: Schunk Xycarb Technology Inc. (SXT), a supplier of semiconductor components to manufacturers like Samsung, will build a new 140,000-square-foot facility in Georgetown.
Igloo Coolers in Brookshire: Igloo Coolers opened its doors and celebrated its new distribution center in Brookshire and plans to continue creating new jobs in the community.
Kinimatic in Texas: Kinimatic, a warehousing and fulfillment service platform, announced a strategic expansion with the addition of 1.6 million square feet of premium warehouse space in 14 locations between Laredo and Pharr on the southern Texas border.
Frontier Communications in Dallas: Frontier Communications relocated its headquarters to Dallas in order to "reach its customers and more efficiently manage its operations across the country.”
H-E-B in Katy: H-E-B opened a new e-commerce fulfillment center in Katy—the largest of its kind for the company and twice the size of previous facilities at more than 100,000 square feet.
ADI in Fort Worth: ADI Global Distribution, a wholesale distributor of security, AV and low-voltage products, announced the grand opening of its new "Super Center" distribution center in Fort Worth.
Caracol in Austin: Caracol, a provider of integrated hardware and software Large Format Additive Manufacturing platforms, will officially launch its U.S. operations with the opening of its North American headquarters in Austin.
Flexeserve in Southlake: Hot holding equipment manufacturer Flexeserve opened a new headquarters and culinary support center in Southlake.
Thermomix in Dallas: Thermomix, a connected kitchen appliance maker, relocated its corporate headquarters from California to Dallas.
McMaster-Carr Supply Co. in Fort Worth: E-commerce distribution company McMaster-Carr Supply Co. is planning a new $180 million regional headquarters in Fort Worth, which would create 250 new jobs.
L&F Distributors in El Paso: L&F Distributors announced the expansion and construction of a new distribution and vehicle maintenance facility in El Paso, expected to create $1.3 million in capital investment and create 30 new jobs.
Gulfstream Aerospace in Fort Worth: Gulfstream Aerospace plans to expand its business in Fort Worth with a component repair and maintenance facility. The proposed facility would employ 105 workers.
Strategic Armory Corps in Bryan: Strategic Armory Corps will build its world headquarters in Bryan, bringing 70 new full-time jobs over the next five years.
Flexpipe Systems in Rockwall: Flexpipe Systems US, LLC will open a state-of-the-art composite linepipe manufacturing facility in Rockwall. The company plans to hire 70 employees.
Accelsius in Austin: Accelsius announced the opening of its Austin corporate headquarters, which will serve as the company's center for North American-based manufacturing and supply chain operations.
Gamers First in Austin: Gamers First announced plans for a new multimillion dollar headquarters facility in Austin, which will include studios, training facilities and an event space.
Mill Scale Metalworks in Lockhart: Mill Scale Metalworks announced a groundbreaking for its new headquarters in Lockhart, a 10,000-square-foot facility, which will produce barbeque smokers and grills.
BioVeritas in Bryan: BioVeritas, LLC will open a new packaging facility, extending the company's overall footprint in Bryan.
Lynas Rare Earth in Seadrift: Lynas Rare Earth signed a contract with the U.S. Department of Defense for the construction of a new rare earth processing facility in Seadrift.
Mitsubishi Logisnext Americas in Houston: Mitsubishi Logisnext Americas, a global manufacturer and provider of material handling, automation and fleet solutions, celebrated the groundbreaking for its new production facility in Houston.
Big Sun Solar in Seguin: Big Sun Solar has partnered with Vitesco Technologies and Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative as it embarks on its largest solar project in company history in Seguin.
PLANT-AS in Lubbock and Amarillo: Agriculture data and technology company PLANT-AS will invest more than $670 million in Lubbock and $510 million in Amarillo for the development of advanced Controlled Environment Agriculture production facilities.
CoreWeave in Plano: CoreWeave announced a new $1.6 billion data center facility in Plano, the company's first facility in Texas, which will support economic activity and job growth in the area.
Grupo Corporativo Papelera in New Caney: Mexico-based manufacturer Grupo Corporativo Papelera announced a new $400 million manufacturing and conversion facility in New Caney.
Superior Essex Communications in Brownwood: Superior Essex Communications, a manufacturer and supplier of communications cable, announced an expansion at its Brownwood plant, expected to create $73 million in capital investment and 170 new jobs.
Niagara Bottling in Temple: Niagara Bottling, LLC will invest $48 million to expand its existing facility in Temple, creating 14 new jobs.
Huhtamaki in Paris: Huhtamaki announced the expansion of its manufacturing capacity in Paris, expected to create $30 million in capital investment.
Entergy America in Texas: Energy America has selected Texas to build a 5GW solar PV module manufacturing facility, which will be operational by the end of 2025.
NextDecade Corp in Texas: The Port of Brownsville will be the site of the new $18 billion Rio Grande LNG terminal from NextDecade Corp.
WAC Lighting in Cedar Hill: WAC Lighting opened a new 140,000-square-foot warehousing and distribution facility in Cedar Hill.
Niagara in Flower Mound: Niagara announced it opened a new state-of-the-art $12.5 million global headquarters in Flower Mound.
Volkswagen in Austin: Volkswagen Group of America is launching its first autonomous vehicle test program in Austin.
LS Electric in Bastrop: LS Electric Co. will build its first North American production base in Bastrop.
StatLab Medical Products in Arlington: StatLab is further building on its operations in Texas with the launch of a new manufacturing facility in Arlington near the company's existing McKinney headquarters.
Pratt in Cedar Hill: Recycled paper and packaging producer Pratt Industries officially opened its new $253 million advanced manufacturing box factory in Cedar Hill, expected to create 375 new jobs.
Daiso in DeSoto: Daiso, a leading retail company specializing in Japanese-inspired products, announced the opening of its second U.S. distribution center in DeSoto.
Zenner USA in Huntsville: Zenner USA will relocate manufacturing operations to Huntsville from California, creating 50 new jobs.