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Several local and state officials stood side-by-side with members of Continental Structural Plastics donning white hard hats, wielding golden shovels.
With a couple of quick turns, the group officially broke ground on Continental Structural Plastics new 200,000 square-foot manufacturing facility on Tuesday at Eighth Street near the Interstate 10 access road. Read More.
Check out this video by Continental Structural Plastics for coverage of the groundbreaking event for their new CSP facility here in Seguin.
Alamo Group Inc. has finalized the $352 million purchase of Michigan-based Morbark LLC, which moves the heavy equipment manufacturer into the forest management business. Read More.
For this month’s survey, Texas business executives were asked supplemental questions on borrowing conditions and credit availability. Results for these questions from the Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey, Texas Service Sector Outlook Survey and Texas Retail Outlook Survey have been released together. Read the special questions results. Read More .
The search is over and Seguin has selected its next city manager...“After reviewing approximately 40 applicants for the job, Steve Parker immediately rose to the top,” Mayor Don Keil said. “Along with his proven expertise in managing all aspects of city management, he has an enthusiasm and a personality that will go well with the rapid growth and development of our city.” Read more.
The University of Texas at San Antonio was granted $1.2 million by the U.S. Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration to support its Southwest Trade Adjustment Assistance Center. Read more.
DALLAS—Texas added 7,400 jobs in September, according to seasonally adjusted and benchmarked payroll employment numbers released today by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Read more.
San Antonio’s economy expanded at a robust pace in September. The San Antonio Business-Cycle Index expanded at its fastest rate since 2016, and recent job growth surged despite tight labor markets. Wages rose in September, and office space demand was steady in the second quarter. Read more.
In September 2019, Texas Economic Development Corporation (TxEDC) traveled to Japan with Texas Governor Greg Abbott for a business development mission, which included meetings with high-level Japanese business executives and government officials. Watch the video.
A historic building in downtown Seguin is preparing to be opened as a new venue in the heart of the city.
Freddie Leos, owner of the buildings that house Traveling Gypsy and the Warehouse, has renovated the back half of the antiques store into a venue for gatherings, parties, weddings and more.
Along with his partner Denise Marie, the pair created Soel Venue, 112 W. Dongean St.
“When we redid this section of the building, I always pictured something like that here,” Leos said. “It is a big space. The only other thing that I saw it being was some sort of a restaurant at the beginning.” Read More
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