Right to Work Texas Welcomes Over 2.4k Jobs!

The Texas economy is booming as a result of its Right to Work policies. And these companies are evidence of that! Three of the latest investments in Texas come from D6, Plastikon Industries, and thredUP. D6 and Plastikon industries will both be adding new locations. Meanwhile, thredUP will be expanding its current Texas facility. Altogether, these businesses will create a total of 2,431 new jobs for the state. So this is really exciting news! It also shows how Right to Work states attract great business and create new opportunities for workers.

Read on to learn more about each individual investment!


D6 is relocating its headquarters in Right to Work Sulphur Springs, Texas with a $27 million investment. This will also create 231 new jobs!

“With the help of all, D6 Inc. will build the first fully closed-loop recycling site for single-use PET clamshells in Sulphur Springs.” […]

“The relocation of D6’s headquarters to Sulphur Springs will be a major economic boon to northeast Texas as it brings more jobs, opportunities, and investment to the community. […] More and more great companies like D6 are moving to Texas every day because of our welcoming business climate and our young, growing, skilled, and diverse workforce and I look forward to working alongside D6 and all of our business and community leaders to keep Texas the best place to live, work, and raise a family.”


Plastikon Industries:

Plastikon Industries is adding a new location soon in Right to Work Kyle, Texas with a $13.6 million investment. This will create 200 new jobs!

“For quite a few years, we wanted to come into Texas, specifically near Austin. […] Hays County is strategically located for our business operations, and when you add in the huge talent pool, the available building infrastructure and the accommodations made by the developers at Plum Creek, now was the right time for Plastikon to establish a new operation in the Texas Innovation Corridor.” […]

“Plastikon is a prime example of a manufacturing company requiring an accelerated site selection process, allowing them to begin production in just a few months. […] This location announcement was made possible thanks to the investment and foresight of the Plum Creek developers who provided the spec facility and the great continued support of the Hays County Commissioners.”



ThredUp is expanding in Right to Work Lancaster, Texas with a $70 million investment. This will create 2,000 new jobs for the area!

“thredUP’s newest distribution center underscores our relentless investment in the technology and software that powers our network and enables us to deliver resale at unparalleled scale. […] With expanded item capacity and automation capabilities, thredUP is accelerating its ability to unlock massive amounts of supply and building the backbone for resale on the Internet for our customers and RaaS clients.”


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