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 recovery and positive outlook for the future have kept prospect activity high. Here are a few companies who have recently announced their move or expansion in the state of Texas.
CertainTeed in Bryan: CertainTeed announced a new manufacturing and distribution facility in Bryan. The project is expected to create 130 new jobs and $140 million in capital investment. A Texas Enterprise Fund grant of $546,000 was extended to CertainTeed, in addition to a $1,000 Veteran Created Job Bonus.
RJW Logistics Group in Mesquite: RJW Logistics Group Inc. will establish a new $130 million facility in Mesquite, bringing more than 200 new jobs.
Cabot Corporation in Pampa: Cabot Corporation plans to invest approximately $200 million in U.S. conductive carbon additives capacity over the next five years at their facility in Pampa. The project is expected to create 75 high-quality jobs.
Local Bounti in Mount Pleasant: Local Bounti Corporation, a controlled environment agriculture company, announced plans to construct and operate a new state-of-the-art indoor facility in Mount Pleasant. The project is expected to create 50 new jobs.
First Call Logistics in Irving: First Call Logistics, and parent organization Horton Fruit, celebrated the opening of a new location in Irving. The company cited this as a strategic expansion for its shipping, warehousing and distribution networks.
McAfee in Frisco: Global cybersecurity firm McAfee announced plans for a new regional headquarters in Frisco. The location decision was "based on the diverse cultural destination the city has become," according to a statement from a company executive.
Skeeter Boats in Kilgore: Skeeter Boats will expand their footprint in Kilgore with a multi-million-dollar expansion of their operations. The project is expected to create more than 80 new jobs.
Phoenix Stamping Group in Fort Worth: Phoenix Stamping Group, a division of PHX Holdings, a metal stamping and fabrication business, has opened a manufacturing facility in Fort Worth.
1E in Austin: 1E, a global Digital Employee Experience (DEX) company, announced the grand opening of a new North American headquarters in Austin.
Xcell Logistics Services in Laredo: Xcell Logistics Services announced the opening of an additional warehouse in Laredo, offering north and southbound customs brokerage, transportation and warehousing services.
Invoice Home Inc. in Austin: Invoice Home Inc. (formerly known as Wikilane Inc.) announced as of January 2023, the company will relocate its headquarters from Nevada to Austin.
Allegro MicroSystems in Richardson: Allegro MicroSystems, which focuses on power and sensing semiconductor tech, announced plans to open a new office in Richardson’s Innovation Quarter.
Boingo Wireless in Frisco: Boingo Wireless will create a new office in Frisco, with plans for the location to become the company's corporate headquarters. The project is expected to create 247 new jobs and approximately $1.48 million in capital investment. A Texas Enterprise Fund grant of $517,400 has been extended to the company.
OCI in Beaumont: Production for a new $1 billion OCI ammonia plant is scheduled for 2025 in Beaumont.
Beauty Manufacturing Solutions in Fort Worth: High-tech beauty product manufacturer Beauty Manufacturing Solutions Corp announced plans to expand operations into Fort Worth with a $150 million advanced manufacturing facility and 250 new jobs.
Dongjin Semichem in Killeen: Dongjin Semichem Texas Inc. will build a 91,000-square-foot plant in Killeen to provide processing chemicals for the Samsung facility in Taylor. The facility is expected to create $70 million in capital investment.
Siemens in Carrollton: Siemens eMobility announced it will locate its second U.S. manufacturing hub for EV charging operations in Carrollton, creating 100 new jobs.
NETSOL Technologies in Austin: IT company NETSOL Technologies, Inc. opened a new support and delivery center in Austin. The state-of-the-art facility will have the capacity to accommodate more than 100 employees.
De Lucio-Pendulum USA in Edinburg: De Lucio-Pendulum USA broke ground on a trailer assembly plant in Edinburg, which will create up 300 new jobs in the coming years.
Paranet Solutions in Carrollton: Paranet Solutions, an IT and cyber security company, celebrated the completion of a new 11,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility and relocation of their headquarters to Carrollton.
EnviroSafe Demil in Texarkana: EnviroSafe Demil LLC, a clean technology, ammunition demilitarization company, will relocate their headquarters, corporate staff and company operations from Nevada to the TexAmericas Center in Texarkana.
ShipMonk in Dallas-Fort Worth: E-commerce company ShipMonk opened a state-of-the-art third-party-logistics fulfillment center in Dallas-Fort Worth.
E.S. Kluft & Company in Grand Prairie: After considering 13 different states, E.S. Kluft & Company selected Texas for their new luxury mattress factory. The Grand Prairie facility will employ more than 80 people.
SLG Lighting in Houston: SLG Lighting is expanding its U.S. presence with a new warehouse at the company's Houston metropolitan area headquarters campus.
Bo/Gar in Victoria: Bo/Gar Enterprises will open a new fabrication facility in Victoria, where the company will make machine parts. The facility is scheduled to open third quarter of 2023.
Läderach in Northlake: Läderach Chocolatier Suisse, a family-owned premium Swiss chocolate company, will open a new warehouse in Northlake.
StadiumDrop in McKinney: In-stadium food delivery app company, StadiumDrop, will relocate their headquarters from Oklahoma to McKinney.
Chevron Phillips Chemical and QatarEnergy in Orange: Chevron Phillips Chemical and QatarEnergy have announced a joint venture to establish a new $8.5 billion integrated polymers facility in Orange, Texas, expected to create more than 500 new jobs.
SK Signet in Plano: Electric vehicle charging solutions manufacturer, SK Signet, announced plans to create up to 183 highly skilled jobs with a new facility in Plano. The facility is expected to provide the first U.S.-made ultra-fast chargers above 350 kilowatts.
ELM in The Colony: ELM announced a new headquarters and manufacturing facility for their MicroGrid and Solar Divisions in The Colony. The facility is expected to employ more than 100 clean energy professionals.
Pratt & Whitney in Wichita Falls: Pratt & Whitney will expand their Texas presence with 30 new jobs and a new product line at their Wichita Falls facility.
Grundfos in Brookshire: Grundfos announced the opening of its U.S. headquarters in Brookshire, which serves as both the Global Headquarters for Water Utility and Main Office for Grundfos Americas Corporation.
Flight Dental Systems in Houston: Flight Dental Systems announced their expansion into the U.S. with a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Houston, which will also serve as a training and sales office.
Blue Star Glass in Dallas: Blue Star Glass opened a new facility in Dallas, which is the first fully automated insulating glass facility in the U.S.
Soli Organic in San Antonio: Soli Organic, Inc., a soil-based, indoor farming company, announced plans to build a high-tech, automated indoor farm and co-located packing facility in San Antonio.
GKN Aerospace in Fort Worth: GKN will relocate their North American additive manufacturing center of excellence from Tennessee to Fort Worth. The 100,000-square-foot facility will initially house research and development activities.
Sino Biological in Houston: Chinese biotech company, Sino Biological, will locate their first U.S.-based manufacturing facility to a mixed-use life sciences district under construction near the Texas Medical Center in Houston.
GEA in Frisco: GEA, an industrial machinery manufacturer, opened a new15,000-square-foot technology center for food processing and packaging in Frisco.
Wells Fargo in Irving: Wells Fargo announced a new campus in Irving expected to create 650 new jobs and $455 million in capital investment. A Texas Enterprise Fund grant of more than $5 million was extended to the company.
Volkswagen Group of America in Freeport: Volkswagen Group of America will open a $114 million importation facility at Port Freeport, which will serve as the company’s Gulf Coast hub for easy access to production in Mexico and imports from Europe.
Lionshead in Paris: Lionshead Specialty Tire & Wheel has plans to build a new tire and wheel production facility in Paris, Texas. The facility is expected to create $20 million in capital investment and 40 new jobs.
Dickey's Barbecue Pit in Mesquite: Dickey’s Barbecue Pit will establish a new manufacturing and distribution plant, under the name Wycliff Douglas Provisions, in Mesquite. The facility is expected to create more than 350 new jobs.
Trane Technologies in Tyler: Trane Technologies will bring a production line of furnaces to Tyler, adding 65 new jobs.
Enovis in Austin: Enovis Corporation opened a new state-of-the-art medical technology manufacturing facility in Austin. The center will employ an additional 100 team members.
Novipax in El Paso: Novipax, a leading absorbent manufacturer for the fresh protein, produce, foodservice and healthcare markets, announced it will soon open a new manufacturing facility in El Paso.
Chroma Systems Solutions in Austin: Power electronics test equipment provider, Chroma Systems Solutions, announced the opening of a new facility in Austin.
Apollo USA in North Richland Hills: California-based Apollo USA, a specialty products firm, announced plans to make North Richland Hills the location for their new headquarters.
EyeVI Technologies in Austin: EyeVI Technologies, in the geospatial AI-powered digital data production industry in Europe, announced the opening of their U.S. headquarters at Capital Factory.
Orthodyne in College Station: Belgium-owned company, Orthodyne, which manufacturers wireless radio sets, celebrated their grand opening of a new facility at Texas A&M University in College Station.
DaBella Exteriors in Austin: DaBella Exteriors, a home improvement company, will move their headquarters from Oregon to Austin, moving a large number of their more than 1,000 workers to the area.
Solidia Technologies in San Antonio: Solidia Technologies will relocate their headquarters from New Jersey to San Antonio.
The Ziegenfelder Company in Lockhart: The Ziegenfelder Company, a frozen dessert manufacturer, will establish a new facility in Lockhart. The project is expected to create 100 new jobs and more than $29 million in capital investment. A Texas Enterprise Fund grant of $525,000 was extended to the company.
Comerica Bank in Frisco: Comerica Bank announced corporate expansion plans in North Texas with development underway for its new Business & Innovation Hub in Frisco.
Maruichi Stainless Tube in Seguin: Maruichi Stainless Tube Texas Corporation is brining more than 100 new jobs and $75 million in capital investment to a new, large-scale manufacturing plant in Seguin.
Tropicale Foods in Lubbock: Tropicale Foods will create a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Lubbock, investing $75 million into the 227,000-square-foot facility.
Broadwind in Abilene: Broadwind Heavy Fabrications, a manufacturer of large fabrications for the wind tower industry, will invest $3 million in Abilene to expand its existing operations.
Collins Aerospace in Houston: Collins Aerospace opened a new facility at the Houston Spaceport to expand their footprint in the area and accommodate several future space exploration activities. The company will hire 300 new employees in the coming years.
Clevon in Fort Worth: Estonian autonomous vehicle manufacturer, Celvon, opened their U.S. headquarters in Fort Worth.
USAMM in Killeen: USAMM, a military uniform accessory manufacturer, will build a larger facility in Killeen, adding new jobs to their operations.
Flower Turbines in Lubbock: Flower Turbines, Inc., a small vertical axis wind turbine company, celebrated the grand opening of their operational and manufacturing headquarters in Lubbock.
Abriox Ltd in Houston: Abriox Ltd, a specialist in remote monitoring for utility pipelines, announced a new U.S. corporate headquarters in Houston.
Ulrich Medical USA in Plano: Ulrich Medical USA, Inc., a medical device company, announced they will relocate their headquarters from Missouri to Plano.
PV Hardware in Texas: PV Hardware, a European solar tracker manufacturer, will be opening a factory in Texas that is expected to be operational in 2023.
B9Creations in Lewisville: 3D printer and Inc. 5000 company, B9Creations, has opened their newest office in Lewisville.
Integrated Defense Products in Rockwall: Integrated Defense Products, a family-owned manufacturing business, will relocate their headquarters from California to Rockwall.
Aligned Data Centers in Plano: Aligned Data Centers announced a second data center at their campus in Plano.
Uptime Legal Systems in Austin: Uptime Legal Systems, a legal technology company, announced they are expanding their physical operations to Austin.
Obagi Cosmeceuticals in The Woodlands: Obagi Cosmeceuticals LLC will relocate their corporate headquarters from California to The Woodlands.
Producer Owned Beef in Amarillo: Producer Owned Beef announced a new facility in Amarillo, expected to create more than 1,500 new jobs and $670 million in capital investment. The company was extended a Texas Enterprise Fund grant of $12.2 million.
Morgan Steel in Greenville: Carbon steel distributor, Morgan Steel will bring 110 new jobs to Greenville with a new industrial facility, expected to be operational early 2023.
Toshiba in Frisco: Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions will establish a strategic presence in Frisco with a new innovation and incubation hub. The project will initially bring 50 new jobs to the area in 2022.
Franics Innovation Operations in Lufkin: Nitrile glove manufacturer, Franics Innovation Operations, announced plans to build and operate a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Lufkin, expected to create $30 million in capital investment and 100 new jobs.
Tyson in Amarillo: Tyson Foods announced they will invest $200 million into their Amarillo beef plant to expand and upgrade operations.
WL Plastics in Lubbock: WL Plastics is planning to add a second manufacturing plant to its location at the Lubbock Rail Port, which would create around 95 new jobs and $40 million in capital investment.
PPG in Temple: PPG will invest $9 million to expand their adhesives and sealants product line at their Temple facility, creating 12 new jobs.
TrueNorth Steel in Lubbock: TrueNorth Steel is planning to expand its Lubbock operations, adding an additional manufacturing line to its plant, which produces steel construction materials. The expansion is expected to be a $1.6 million investment, adding new 38 jobs.
Delta Electronics in Plano: Taiwan-based electronics maker, Delta Electronics, plans to expand their exiting Plano presence with a 400,000-square-foot hub for R&D and manufacturing. The facility has the potential to create hundreds of new jobs.
Cellipoint Bioservices in The Woodlands: Life sciences company, Cellipoint Bioservices, will move their headquarters from California to The Woodlands.
Mouser in Mansfield: Mouser Electronics broke ground on a 416,000-square-foot facility to expand upon their distribution center in Mansfield.
ExteNet in Frisco: ExteNet Systems, a provider of LTE/5G wireless and fiber neutral host communications infrastructure solutions, will move its headquarters from Illinois to Frisco.
SI Group in The Woodlands: SI Group, a performance additives company, announced the relocation of their global headquarters and research and development facilities to The Woodlands.
macami.ai in Austin: Robotic process automation and AI consultancy, macami.ai launched in the Austin area, designating Cedar Park as their headquarters location.
Two Six in San Antonio: Two Six Technologies announced the opening of their new office in San Antonio at Port San Antonio's technology innovation campus.
Samsung in Texas: Samsung will potentially increase their investment in Texas with up to 11 new semiconductor manufacturing facilities in Taylor and Austin. These facilities have the potential to create up to 10,000 new jobs and hundreds of billions of dollars in capital investment.
Chewters Chocolates in Rockwall: Chewters Chocolates will open a state-of-the-art chocolate manufacturing facility in Rockwall. The facility is anticipated to create $40 million in capital investment and 120 new jobs.
H-E-B in Temple: H-E-B will expand their Temple distribution facilities with a new automated frozen distribution line. The facility is expected to create more than 100 new jobs for the local economy.
Expal USA in Texarkana: Expal USA will invest $1.4 million in their facilities at the TexAmericas Center in Texarkana. The company plans to hire 44 new employees by the end of the year.
Kroger in Dallas: Kroger celebrated the grand opening of their new Customer Fulfillment Center in Dallas. The facility is expected to create hundreds of new jobs in the area.
GAF Energy in Georgetown: GAF Energy began construction on a 450,000-square-foot solar roof facility in Georgetown, which is expected to create hundreds of new, clean energy manufacturing jobs.
Bank of Montreal in Irving: Bank of Montreal established a tech hub in Irving with plans to hire for up to 50 new tech and operations positions.
Synthica Energy in San Antonio: Synthica Energy, LLC announced the development of a new food waste powered renewable natural gas facility in San Antonio, brining 50 new jobs to the area.
Maguire Iron in Crawford: Maguire Iron announced the opening of a new facility in Crawford which will sit on six acres and serve as the company's Southern headquarters.
Parus in Austin: Parus Holdings Inc., a maker of voice-enabled technologies, announced the relocation and expansion of its new corporate headquarters in Austin, relocating from Illinois
Yanmar in Gainesville: Yanmar America Corp. announced the opening of a new regional distribution center in Gainesville. The 54,000-square-foot facility will distribute tractors, UTVs and related products.
CPS in Richardson: Chint Power Solutions America (CPS) made Richardson the new home of their U.S. headquarters and Innovation Center, relocating from California.
TFF Pharmaceuticals in Austin: TFF Pharmaceuticals, Inc., announced a significant expansion of their R&D operations in Austin.
Delta Electronics in Plano: Delta Electronics, a provider of power and thermal management solutions, announced a new location in Plano, expected to become a landmark site for R&D, manufacturing and sales of smart energy-saving products and solutions.
Mondee in Austin: Mondee, a publicly traded tech firm, announced the relocation of their headquarters from California to Austin.
Arrive Logistics in San Antonio: Austin-based transportation and technology company, Arrive Logistics, announced their expansion with a new office in the San Antonio area.
Anything Liquid Manufacturing in Richland Hills: Liquid dietary supplement manufacturer, Anything Liquid Manufacturing, has relocated its headquarters from California to Richland Hills.
Nikkiso in Houston: Nikkiso Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group, part of the Nikkiso Co., Ltd (Japan) group of companies, announced an expansion of their manufacturing operations with a new facility in Houston.
GlobiTech in Sherman: GlobiTech, a subsidiary of Taiwan-based GlobalWafers Co., Ltd., announced an additional manufacturing facility in Sherman, which will produce silicon epitaxy products and services for the semiconductor industry. The facility is expected to create 1,500 new jobs and generate billions of dollars in capital investment. A Texas Enterprise Fund grant of $15 million was extended to the company.
Caterpillar in Irving: Global Fortune 500 company, Caterpillar announced the relocation of its global headquarters from Illinois to Irving.
SLG in Houston: Construction is underway for SLG's $14 million American headquarters and manufacturing center in Houston. The project is expected to create more than 100 new jobs.
Andes Coil Processors in Fort Worth: Steel processing and slitting company, Andes Coil Processors will open a new manufacturing facility in Fort Worth. The project is expected to bring up to 50 new jobs and create $5 million in capital investment.
GAF in Corsicana: GAF, a roofing and waterproofing manufacturer, announced plans for its first commercial-scale asphalt shingle recycling operation to be located in Corsicana.
TransPerfect in El Paso: TransPerfect, a provider of language and technology solutions, announced the grand opening of a new contact center in El Paso, with plans to hire for more than 400 positions.
SEON in Austin: Hungarian-based fraud prevention platform, SEON, established their U.S. headquarters in Austin with plans to hire up to 20 people.
LS Mtron in Brownsville: South Korea’s LS Mtron, a maker of injection molding machines, expanded its U.S. operations with a new large-tonnage mold testing and tech center in Brownsville.
Green Span Profiles in Waller: Green Span Profiles, a provider of insulated wall panels, will establish a new manufacturing facility in the Houston suburb of Waller as an expansion of their existing operations in the area.
Cubework in Texas: Industrial and office operator, Cubework opened three new warehouses across the state in Houston, Sugar Land and San Antonio.
Johnson Controls in Weslaco: Johnson Controls, a manufacturer and distributor of building products and equipment, will open a new 123,000-square-foot industrial facility in Weslaco.
Allegheny Technologies in Dallas: Specialty metals producer, Allegheny Technologies Inc. moved their headquarters from Pittsburg to Dallas.
[redacted] in Austin: [redacted], a cloud defense company, will move its headquarters from California to Austin amid rapid growth.
Kraken Technologies in Houston: Kraken Technologies, an Octopus Energy Group company, announced its first U.S. headquarters in Houston, creating at least 50 new jobs.
Doosan Robotics in Plano: Doosan Robotics Americas established their U.S. headquarters in Plano.
Ruiz Foods in Frisco: Ruiz Food Products, Inc. announced new regional headquarters in Frisco, which will bring at least 125 jobs to the area in the coming years.
Formosa Plastics in Texas: Formosa Plastics announced plans for a new $207 billion plant in Texas.
Caterpillar in Schertz: Caterpillar Inc. is expanding operations at their manufacturing plant in Schertz, adding $24 million in state-of-the-art equipment. By 2026, the company will also add 24 jobs to its current workforce.
Frito Lay in Arlington: Frito Lay began a renovation on their Arlington production facility, valued at $8.3 million.
Toyota Financial Services in Plano: Toyota Financial Services will relocate one of their regional customer service centers to Plano.
SpaceX in Boca Chica: SpaceX is increasing the size of their on-site solar farm in Boca Chica, by 1.7 acres, or about 30%, making the solar array a total of 7.1 acres.
Riot Blockchain in Navarro County: Riot Blockchain launched the development of a 1 gigawatt facility in Navarro County for bitcoin mining and hosting. The facility is expected to create 270 new jobs.
CleanGo in Houston: Clean Go Innovations Inc., which specializes in the development of early staged, green, non-toxic and sustainable tech companies, will relocate manufacturing, distribution and warehousing under one roof at a location in Houston.
HBCU HUB in McKinney: HBCU HUB, the company that produced the world’s first mobile app connecting students to admission recruiters at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), has relocated from California to McKinney.
Aviatrix in Dallas: Aviatrix, a cloud networking and security company, relocated their headquarters from California to Dallas.
Allen's Transport in San Angelo: Canadian trucking company, Allen's Transport, Ltd established a new U.S. headquarters in San Angelo.
Republic Finance in Plano: Republic Finance relocated their headquarters from Louisiana to Plano.
Traveler Produce in Pharr: Traveler Produce LLC expanded their Pharr warehouse facility from 20,000 to 60,000 square feet.
EoS Fitness in Dallas: EoS Fitness will move their headquarters from Arizona to Dallas and plans to open new locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro and Houston areas.
Yellowfin in Austin: Yellowfin, a provider of advanced data analytics software, is relocating their headquarters to Austin.
TIAA in Frisco: Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association (TIAA) will establish a new corporate center in Frisco, creating 2,000 new jobs and nearly $58 million in capital investment. TIAA was extended a Texas Enterprise Fund grant of $18 million in addition to a Veteran Job Created Bonus of $19,000.
HIF in Matagorda County: Highly Innovative Fuels (HIF) has selected Matagorda County as the location of its first industrial-scale eFuels facility in North America. The project is expected to create $6 billion in capital investment and more than 125 new permanent jobs.
Raytheon in McKinney: Raytheon announced plans for a more than $200 million expansion to their intelligent manufacturing facility in McKinney. The expansion is expected to create new jobs when the buildings open late next year.
REE Automotive in Pflugerville: REE Automotive, an electric vehicle technology company, is opening its first North American headquarters and integration center in Pflugerville. The facility is expected to create 125 full-time jobs and $24.75 million in capital investment.
Pratt Industries in Cedar Hill: Packaging manufacturer Pratt Industries Inc. will locate a plant and shipping center in the southwest Dallas County community of Cedar Hill. The facility is expected to create 150 new jobs.
Jupiter Power in Reeves County: Jupiter Power LLC announced that their Flower Valley II battery energy storage facility in Reeves County, Texas, has commenced commercial operations. The facility is among the largest energy storage projects in Texas.
The Boring Co. in Pflugerville: According to public documents, the Boring Co., Elon Musk's tunnel systems company, has moved its corporate headquarters from California to Pflugerville.
Google in Austin: Google announced they will invest $9.5 million towards offices and data centers across the U.S., with plans for Austin to receive a portion of that investment.
QTS in Fort Worth: Data center firm, QTS is planning a $100 million expansion at their facility in Fort Worth.