4 Ways Texas is Manufacturing America’s Manufacturing Renaissance
8.3 million fingerprints are all over it: More than 830,000 Texans throughout the state go to manufacturing jobs every day in a variety of sectors, including computer and electronics; chemicals; fabricated metal; and motor vehicles and parts.
The hub in the triangle: The Texas A&M Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing is establishing Bryan/College Station as one of the top biotechnology hubs in the nation and bringing thousands of jobs to the region.
Mine, mine!!: The new General Electric facility in Fort Worth is training and hiring workers to build cutting-edge mining equipment. The plant will manufacture electric-drive wheel systems and the Texas-sized off-road vehicles used in mining.
Hot spottin’: San Antonio’s CPS Energy – in partnership with OCI Solar Power – is bringing several new manufacturing facilities and more than 800 jobs to the city. The groundbreaking 25-year construction-to-power purchase deal will put Texas among the nation’s top five solar-producing states.