Monogram Food Solutions is expanding their business into the City of Schulenburg, Texas. Monogram Food Solutions manufactures meat snacks. Some of their brands include Wild Bill’s, O’Brien’s, King Cotton, and Circle B Brand. They also manufacture meat products for companies such as Bass Pro Shops, Butterball, Johnsonville, and Realtree.
Gun ammunition magazines manufacturer, Magpul Industries Corporation, relocated its corporate headquarters from Colorado to Austin, Texas. They moved into a 16,000 square-foot property off Bee Caves Road.
Grupo Siro, the parent company of Siro Group USA, is one of the biggest names in the Spanish food industry with 19 production facilities, a research and development center and headquarters in five countries. The company produces baby food, cookies, pastries, pasta, frozen desserts, bread and cereals, with more than half of its total output sold to retailers as private label products.
Hilti moved their North American corporate headquarters from Tulsa, Oklahoma to the Trammell Crow Legacy Tower in Plano, Texas. Hilti is a tool manufacturer for companies in the construction industry. With the move to Plano, they will be closer to their energy and construction customer base. Finance, marketing, human resources, engineering, legal, leadership recruiting, and material management departments will all be relocated to the new headquarters. Other departments will remain in Tulsa.
V2COM, a Brazilian hardware, software, smart-grid, and advanced-metering infrastructure (AMI) solutions company, has begun their expansion into the United States in Austin, Texas. V2COM assists clients to reduce losses and manage resources. Not only are they increasing efficiency for their customers, V2COM technologies also have a significant impact on the environment and encourage social responsibility in the community.
Construction has begun for Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) to bring the world’s first commercial spaceport to Texas. SpaceX is the world leader in space launching services. They design, manufacture, and launch rockets and space crafts.
With the help of two Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) investments, The Charles Schwab Corporation will open a new operations center in El Paso and strengthen its presence in Austin. Based out of San Francisco, the company is downsizing its headquarters in order to spread the employees throughout the United States.
Toyota Motor North America’s recent headquarter move from Torrance, California to Plano, Texas was a huge testament to the corporate responsiveness of The State of Texas. Toyota is an automotive company founded in 1937 in Japan under the principles of Respect for People and Continuous Improvement. Toyota is consistently a top performer in the automotive industry, recently finishing at the top of global automotive sales for the first half of 2014.
Websense, a global leader in cybersecurity, recently moved its corporate headquarters from San Diego, California to Austin, Texas. Websense was founded in 1994 and currently has more than 1,500 employees worldwide, over 3,900 global channel partners, and Research and Development teams in 5 different countries.
In December 2013, Geico, a lead insurance company, decided to expand their operations into Katy, Texas with a new claims center. The company already had a presence in the area with a sales office in Houston before the decision to move into the 135,000 square-foot building in Katy was made.