MISSION, Texas – Teclo Garcia has announced another manufacturing firm is moving to Mission.
The CEO of Mission Economic Development Corporation made the announcement on LinkedIn. He said Bettcher Manufacturing, LLC, will locate its headquarters and up to 70 well-paying primary jobs in Mission.
Bettcher produces metal components for a range of industries.
Garcia said Bettcher, which also has a production facility in Mexico, will locate to a building in Mission’s Expressway Business Park. He noted that the Expressway Business Park already has a “formidable lineup of major manufacturers” as tenants, including Stanley Black & Decker, Royal Technologies, Steel Technologies, and RODCO SA.
“We are very pleased to share that Bettcher Manufacturing, which produces all manner of metal components, will locate its headquarters and up to 70 well-paying primary jobs to Mission,” Garcia said.
“The Mission EDC board and team are proud to work with Bettcher and its leadership team. We’ll have a formal announcement soon where we’ll expand on the manufacturer of metal components for several industries such as HVAC, commercial trucking and appliances. More to come, but for now we’re super proud to have Bettcher HQ in Mission. Thank you!”
Francisco J. Pena-Vales, a partner with Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton, said: “Congratulations Teclo Garcia and the Mission EDC team. Bettcher Manufacturing are an excellent company and have great people working there. We are glad to be working with them at their Reynosa facility.”
On its website, Bettcher Manufacturing says it is in the business of producing quality stampings.
“Established in 1894, we have a long history of manufacturing metal components. Headquartered in McAllen, Texas, with a manufacturing facility in Reynosa, Mexico, we are equipped to handle products ranging from small, very intricate parts to large gage, deep drawn housings for nearly any type of industry,” the website states.
“Bettcher encompasses a variety of presses, from 60 to 900 tons, and has the technology for processing progressive, line and transfer tooling.”
Bettcher says it is also equipped with many facets of fabrication.
“As an engineering focused company, we offer our expertise while products are still on the drawing board as well as assisting in cost reduction efforts through design improvements.”
Editor’s Note: Click here to go to the Bettcher Manufacturing website.
Editor’s Note: Click here to watch a video produced by Bettcher Manufacturing on YouTube.
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