Metal Fabricator Expands Manufacturing in Texas
SEGUIN, TX — United Alloy Inc., a Wisconsin metal fabricator, plans to invest $35 million in a new factory outside San Antonio, TX, company and local officials recently announced.
United Alloy, Inc., which produces fuel tanks, reservoirs, skids, frames, chassis, trailers, and other fabricated metal equipment at its headquarters in Janesville, Wisconsin, expects to create at least 100 new jobs at its second facility in Seguin, Texas.
The company selected Seguin due to the city's track record of attracting Texas employees capable of building a world-class organization, according to United Alloy president Tom Baer.
United Alloy is scheduled to break ground on the project early next year and begin operations by the end of the year. The company is already listing positions open in Seguin on its website.
“We are extremely excited to announce this project and look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with United Alloy,” adds Seguin Economic Development Corp. Executive Director Josh Schneuker.
The SEDC Board of Directors and Seguin City Council approved an incentive package for the company, including a land grant and partial tax abatement.