Toyota today celebrated the grand opening of its $350 million North American headquarters in Plano, Texas.
Governor Abbott announced that NTT DATA Services is moving into its new North American headquarters in Plano, Texas, creating more than 6,300 new jobs with a capital investment of more than $28 million.
AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott today announced that Hudson Products Holdings Inc. is relocating its Tulsa-based manufacturing operation to the company’s headquarters outside of Rosenberg, Texas. Hudson Products is a leading manufacturer of air-cooled heat exchangers and axil flow fans. The relocation is expected to create 150 jobs with a capital investment of more than $6,000,000. A Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) grant offer of $1,020,000 has been extended to Hudson Products.
Governor Greg Abbott today announced that ExxonMobil Chemical Company and SABIC US Projects LLC has selected San Patricio County for a multi-billion dollar petrochemical plant.
Aerospace giant Boeing has selected the Legacy West development in Plano, Texas to serve as the new headquarters for its global services division.
Samsung Austin Semiconductor LLC (SAS) announced plans to invest more than $1 billion by the first half of 2017. Since its establishment in 1997, Samsung has invested more than $16 billion for the expansion and maintenance of its Austin facility.
Governor Abbott today announced that Fortune 500 Company Jacobs Engineering Group will be relocating its global headquarters to Dallas. With 52 Fortune 500 companies headquartered in the state, Texas now surpasses New York State in that prestigious ranking.
Governor Greg Abbott today announced that OKI Data Americas will establish a new office in Irving, Texas to support the company’s North American operations.
Sabre GLBL, Inc. a leading technology provider to the global trade industry, will be expanding its headquarters in Westlake, creating at least 500 new jobs and over $37 million in capital investment.
Charles Schwab will establish a $100 million regional campus in Westlake, and is expected to create at least 1,200 new jobs--the largest number of new jobs by a TEF grant recipient under Gov. Abbott's administration.