Category: Recent Projects
Felicia Frazar - The Seguin Gazette
TOYKO — A new plastics manufacturing facility with connections to Tokyo is slated to create 200 jobs in Seguin and $65 million in capital investment.
During a mission trip to Japan, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Continental Structural Plastics, Inc. is building a new composites manufacturing facility just off Interstate 10 near the Niagara facility, according to a news release from the governor’s office.
Not to be mistaken for Continental Automotive, Continental Structural Plastics, Inc. is headquartered out of Auburn, Mich and its parent company, Teijin Group Company, is based out of Tokyo, Josh Schneuker, Executive Director of the Seguin Economic Development Corporation, said.
“…Teijin Group Company, is a world leader in lightweight composite technologies, including glass and carbon fibers, thermoplastics, and thermosets,” the release read.
The company was granted $783,750 from the Texas Enterprise Fund for bringing the facility to the state.
“We could not be more pleased with the support we’ve received from the state of Texas as we move forward with our expansion efforts,” said Steve Rooney, CEO of Continental Structural Plastics. “From the governor’s office, to the city of Seguin and Guadalupe County, there has been a coordinated approach to helping us secure a location that will enable us to expand our geographic footprint to meet our future manufacturing needs.”
The governor joined Teijin and CSP executives in Tokyo, Japan for the announcement.
“I am proud to welcome Continental Structural Plastics to the Lone Star State, and look forward to the important role they will play in the Texas success story,” Abbott said in the announcement alongside CSP executive in Toyko. “Thanks to their investment, Texas will continue to lead the way in job creation, innovation and economic prosperity.”
Schneuker said the SEDC has worked on this project for nearly a year and is thrilled CSP selected to bring their new facility to Seguin.
“It’s really an exciting time for us. It is really adding to the diversity of our manufacturing base within the community,” he said. “Economic development is a team sport, and today’s announcement would not be possible if it were not for the collaboration between the SEDC, the City, the County and the State of Texas. Our hard work together over the past several months on this project helped secure this investment to Seguin and Guadalupe County. We are excited to have CSP as the newest member of the Seguin Business Community and we are confident that their Seguin operation will flourish for years to come.”
An official groundbreaking event is set for 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Felicia Frazar is the managing editor of the Seguin Gazette. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Category: Recent Projects
SEGUIN, TEXAS – The Seguin Economic Development Corporation (SEDC), the City of Seguin, and Guadalupe County announced today that Coffee Tech Industries (CTI) will build its new 112,000 square foot state-of-the-art headquarters and manufacturing facility in Seguin, Texas. Coffee Tech Industries will build on a 33-acre site situated between 8th Street and Guadalupe Street, just south of Interstate 10. The project will represent a total capital investment of at least $56 million and will result in the creation of at least 91 new jobs.
“We are delighted that CoffeeTech Industries has selected the City of Seguin and Guadalupe County build their new headquarters and manufacturing facility. This project will help create excellent employment opportunities for our residents and help grow our economic base,” said Seguin Mayor, Don Keil.
CoffeeTech Industries was founded by veteran coffee industry executives with the desire and know how to build a company that applies innovative technology to disrupt the global coffee market. CTI’s state-of the-art instant coffee manufacturing facility will utilize advanced processing technology and will be designed to deliver instant coffee at a quality comparable to fresh brewed. CTI will bring 13 million pounds of capacity online for the business-to-business market. CTI’s future facility in Seguin will contain processing, drying, and bulk packaging operations with allowance for future capacity and capability expansion. All coffee manufacturing by-product will be repurposed into safe, green, and environmentally friendly products.
"Our global team is thrilled to be partnering with the leadership and citizens of Seguin as we take on the task of creating a step-change in the coffee industry with this state-of-the-art instant coffee manufacturing facility. We believe the city of Seguin and its surrounding areas provide just the right balance of location, workforce, and way of life to make CoffeeTech Industries a leader in the coffee industry. The CoffeeTech team would like to thank Mayor Don Keil, County Judge Kyle Kutscher, SEDC Executive Director Josh Schneuker, members of the City of Seguin’s City Council, and members of the Guadalupe County Commissioners Court for their guidance and support during our site location process. Looking forward to calling Seguin – home," said CoffeeTech Industries CEO, Chad McNair.
In an effort to successfully recruit CoffeeTech Industries to Seguin, a local incentive package was considered and approved by the SEDC Board of Directors, the Seguin City Council, and the Guadalupe County Commissioners Court. Components of the local incentive package include a land grant by the SEDC and a partial tax abatement by the City of Seguin and Guadalupe County. In exchange for the local incentive package, CoffeeTech will commit to capital investment, job creation and payroll benchmarks.
“Seguin and Guadalupe County’s strategic location, pro-business government and diverse workforce make us an appealing option for businesses looking to locate,” said Kyle Kutscher, Guadalupe County Judge. “We take great pride in CoffeeTech making Seguin and Guadalupe County their future home and look forward to a long and mutually-beneficial relationship.”
CoffeeTech expects to break ground on the project in late 2020, with operations commencing by 2022.
Category: Recent Projects
SEGUIN, TEXAS – The Seguin Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) and the City of Seguin announced today that United Alloy, Inc will build its new 200,000 square foot state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Seguin, Texas. United Alloy will build on a 27-acre site situated between 8th Street and Guadalupe Street, just south of Interstate 10. The project will represent a total capital investment of at least $35 million and will result in the creation of at least 100 new jobs over a three year ramp up period.
Tom Baer, United Alloy chairman said, “We made the decision to build our Texas plant in Seguin because of the successful track record of attracting Texas employees capable of building a world class organization."
Headquartered in Janesville, Wisconsin, United Alloy, Inc. is a serial production metal fabrication and powder coating company. United Alloy produces the highest quality leak-proof metal fuel tanks, reservoirs, skids, frames, chassis, trailers, heavy metal fabrications, and complex weldments for an extensive list of long-term, highly satisfied and most impressive, Fortune 500 OEM customers. United Alloy is ISO 9001 Certified and is also a recognized Woman/Minority Owned Business.
“We are delighted that United Alloy has decided to build their new manufacturing facility in Seguin, Texas. This project will help create excellent employment opportunities for our residents and help grow our economic base. We are proud that they have chosen to do business in the City of Seguin” said Seguin Mayor, Don Keil.
A local incentive package was considered and approved by the SEDC Board of Directors and the Seguin City Council. Components of the local incentive package include a land grant by the SEDC and a partial tax abatement by the City of Seguin. In exchange for the local incentive package, United Alloy will commit to capital investment and job creation benchmarks.
“Seguin’s strategic location, skilled workforce and pro-business government make us an attractive option for businesses looking to expand,” said Josh Schneuker, Executive Director of the Seguin Economic Development Corporation. “We are extremely excited to announce this project and look forward to a long and mutually-beneficial relationship with United Alloy.”
United Alloy expects to break ground on the project in early 2020, with operations commencing by the end of that year.