Here are the Latest Businesses Locating in Right to Work Texas
Texas is a Right to Work state, which means workers can’t be forced to join a union here. As a result, this create incentives for companies to invest here. Some of the most recent additions to Right to Work Texas’ economy include Integrated Defense Products (IDP) and Ziegenfelder, as well as Maruichi.
Read on in order to learn more about how each company will benefit the state’s economy!
Integrated Defense Products (IDP):
IDP is investing $7 million in order to relocate headquarters in Right to Work Rockwall, Texas. This will also create 40 new jobs!
“Texas is politically, by nature, an extremely business friendly state. […] With a highly skilled workforce, ongoing trade programs, reasonable cost of living, and a lower overall tax burden, IDP will be strategically positioned to focus its efforts in building a stronger team while continuing its focus on new technologies.”
“IDP is another great addition to the Rockwall Technology Park. […] I’m confident that not only will the company benefit our local economy by expanding the tax base and creating jobs, the leadership at IDP will become familiar faces in the community.”
The Ziegenfelder Company is investing $29 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Lockhart, Texas, creating 100 new jobs.
”I am pleased to welcome The Ziegenfelder Company, an industry leader producing affordable, high-quality frozen treats, to the Lone Star State. […] Lockhart offers access to a hardworking skilled workforce and the logistical advantages of its Central Texas location. Already the second-leading state for food manufacturing and distribution, Texas offers even more room for growth in the industry, and I look forward to celebrating The Ziegenfelder Company’s continued success as we work together to keep Texas the best place to live, work, build a business, and raise a family.” […]
“Lockhart has a strong economic development base to build from. […] However, we needed to be more proactive in building the assets and infrastructure needed to attract our target companies. The new SH 130 Industrial Park has allowed Lockhart to overcome a limited inventory of available sites for targeted industries, like The Ziegenfelder Company, to call our city home.”
Maruichi is investing $75 million in order to add a new facility in Right to Work Seguin, Texas. This will also create 106 new jobs!
“Maruichi is very excited to expand our manufacturing operations in Seguin, Texas. […] Strategic location, access to a skilled workforce, and the partnership and genuine support we’ve received from the SEDC Board of Directors, the Seguin City Council, and City Staff helped solidify Maruichi’s decision to locate this project in Seguin. We look forward to contributing to the betterment of the City’s economy and becoming the newest member of the business community.” […]
“Maruichi’s investment will help diversify and strengthen Seguin’s rapidly growing manufacturing industry.”