DeLorean Making a Comeback with New EV Model, San Antonio HQ

San Antonio anchors growing South Texas electric vehicle manufacturing hub  DeLorean is back. DeLorean Motor Company, one of the world’s most iconic automotive brands, plans a comeback with a new electric vehicle production enterprise. The global headquarters, which is contingent on final approvals of various incentive packages, will bring approximately 450 jobs to San Antonio,…

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Nissei Moving U.S. Headquarters To San Antonio

GLOBAL MANUFACTURER RELOCATING HEADQUARTERS FROM CALIFORNIA The San Antonio Economic Development Foundation (SAEDF) announces Nissei America, Inc. will relocate its U.S. headquarters from Anaheim, California to San Antonio. The company’s subsidiary Nissei Plastic Machinery America, currently located on the city’s South Side at Brooks, will become the consolidated U.S. headquarters. “San Antonio presents great advantages…

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Skipcart Expands HQ in Downtown San Antonio

Skipcart, a fast-growing, venture-backed technology company started in Boerne, Texas, will remain in the region, expanding its corporate headquarters into downtown San Antonio. Skipcart is an on-demand delivery platform for grocers, retailers, and restaurants giving those businesses the ability to deliver to their customers in as little as 30 minutes. “At Skipcart, we empower restaurants…

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SafeRide Health Plans Downtown S.A. Expansion

SafeRide Health, a California-based healthcare tech company, plans to expand into Texas with a new operation in downtown San Antonio. Pending local incentive approvals, SafeRide plans on investing in their new downtown location and creating high-growth logistics and engineering jobs. “We look forward to joining the downtown San Antonio business community and working to improve…

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Matthews’ Saueressig Engineering Plans S.A. North American HQ

Matthews International Corporation (NASDAQ GSM: MATW) plans to develop the North American divisional headquarters for its Saueressig Engineering business on San Antonio’s east side. Pending local incentive approvals, the planned $9M investment would initially create 50 high-wage jobs to support a range of customers. “This is a significant first step for Matthews to invest and…

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Amazon Announces Three S.A. Facilities to Create Over 1,500 New Jobs

Amazon.com, Inc. plans to open two new fulfillment centers and a new delivery station in San Antonio, Texas. The new operations facilities will together create over 1,500 new full-time jobs with industry-leading pay and comprehensive benefits starting on day one. “We’re thrilled to be able to continue our growth throughout the San Antonio area,” said…

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THE GREAT TEXAS MIGRATION CONTINUES

Texas means business. It’s not just something that’s said, it’s ingrained in the state’s culture and how it develops its workforce and companies. Beyond the headlines, newly released U.S Census data points to a continued trend in companies and people flocking to the Lone Star State.

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CIBOLO SEEING RIPPLE EFFECT

The first phase of the $400 million AW Texas Inc. project is expected to span roughly 500,000 square feet, and the company expects to create 900 jobs at full build-out. The commitment by Aisin is already drawing interest from potential investors.

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TOYOTA DOUBLES DOWN ON REGION

Over 15 years ago, Toyota selected San Antonio as the location for a new manufacturing facility, committing to add 2,000 new jobs in the San Antonio region, forever changing the growth trajectory of San Antonio’s manufacturing industry. Today, Toyota directly employs over 3,200 team members and through its 23 on-site supplier network, total employment at the plant’s site tops 7,200. Toyota recently announced it is doubling down on San Antonio, committing to invest $391 million at its truck assembly plant on the Southside of town.

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Made in S.A.: A Manufacturing Hub

Commercial truck and bus manufacturer Navistar, based in Lisle, Illinois, announced its plans to build a $250 million San Antonio plant and hire 600 workers.

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