Manufacturer, Powder Coater Plans $35 Million Facility in Texas, 100 jobs

United Alloy expects to break ground on the project in early 2020, with operations commencing by the end of that year.


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United Alloy Inc. is building a 200,000-square-foot facility on a 27-acre lot in Seguin, Texas, that will include a metal fabrication and powder coating operation. The cost will be a $35-million investment and bring about 100 jobs to the area over a three-year period.

a pice of metal is powder coated

United Alloy is a serial production metal fabrication and powder coating company. 

United Alloy expects to break ground on the project in early 2020 with operations commencing by the end of that year.

Headquartered in Janesville, Wisconsin, United Alloy produces metal fuel tanks, reservoirs, skids, frames, chassis, trailers, heavy metal fabrications and complex weldments.

“We made the decision to build our Texas plant in Seguin because of the successful track record of attracting Texas employees capable of building a world-class organization,” says Tom Baer, United Alloy chairman.

A local incentive package was considered and approved by the local city council, including a land grant and a partial tax abatement. In exchange for the local incentive package, United Alloy will commit to capital investment and job creation benchmarks.

“Seguin’s strategic location, skilled workforce and pro-business government make us an attractive option for businesses looking to expand,” says Josh Schneuker, executive director of the Seguin Economic Development Corporation.

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