Manufacturing/Industrial

RGV Prepares for Job Influx

Companies investing in the Rio Grande Valley anticipate high demand for workers that may exceed 9,000 jobs. The news comes from seven large employers attending a Workforce Summit recently held at the Port of Brownsville. Three proposed liquefied natural gas plants will drive initial demand. The companies should receive their Federal Energy Regulatory Commission permits and commence construction within the next three years. During the construction phase these companies estimate…

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Local Education Receives $850K for Career Training

One local college and four independent school districts are the recipients of $850,892 in grants from the Texas Workforce Commission. The funds are for programs…
Brownsville

Local Jobs Coming With Plastic Manufacturer

Manufacturing company Poly SACHI Polymers LLC will soon be relocating its operations from Taylor, Texas, to Harlingen. The announcement came with an agreement on…
Harlingen

Keppel AmFELS Completes Containerships

Keppel AmFELS reached a pair of construction milestones April 30 in…
Brownsville

Multiple Harlingen Entities Receive TWC Grants

Three grants will benefit workers in the Workforce Solutions…
Harlingen

STC and Hidalgo ISD Receive TWC Grants

South Texas College, Hidalgo Independent School District and Texas…