San Angelo Area

A Remarkable West Texas Manufacturing Hub

San Angelo is one of the best small cities for business, thanks to affordable costs and recent growth.

Home to companies like Ethicon, Hirschfeld Industries and Lone Star Beef Processing, the vibrant West Texas town of San Angelo has seen major growth in the manufacturing and food processing sectors. Located in the Permian Basin along with Midland and Odessa, San Angelo is home to a steady expansion-minded community and a robust workforce in a central location for cost-effective distribution.

Rankings

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#3 Places in The U.S. So Cheap You Can Afford To Be An Entrepreneur (San Angelo)

Forbes 2017
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#74 Best Small Places for Business and Careers (San Angelo)

Forbes 2019

San Angelo Economic Strengths

Learn more about the economic strengths and business advantages that this metro area offers.

Four men stand in front of a huge metal drum at Wendland Manufacturing facility.
The Shannon Regional Medical Center features two buildings connected by a glass walkway.
Aerial view of San Angelo Regional Airport, featuring large runways.
  • Business Climate
  • Talent
  • Infrastructure
Business Climate
Four men stand in front of a huge metal drum at Wendland Manufacturing facility.

A Central Location for Business Operations

San Angelo’s strong economy is supported by companies across business sectors like manufacturing and food processing.

Major employers include Ethicon, Hirschfeld Industries, Lone Star Beef Processing and Performance Financial.

Talent
The Shannon Regional Medical Center features two buildings connected by a glass walkway.

Talent Fueled by Local Education Institutions

Despite its small regional population, San Angelo offers top educated talent from local schools for your company.

San Angelo’s higher education assets include Angelo State University and Howard County Junior College District.

Infrastructure
Aerial view of San Angelo Regional Airport, featuring large runways.

Infrastructure Provides Strong Business Support

San Angelo’s infrastructure provides access to greater Texas and beyond, with railways, roadways and an airport to transport goods.

San Angelo Regional Airport supports air travel in and out of the region, while Route 87 and Route 277 provide connections to major interstates in greater Texas.

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