Aceroteca Metals, LLC has broken ground on a new 59,000 square foot metal service center located on a 23-acre site in Seguin, Texas.
The project will represent a total capital investment of at least $10 million and will result in the creation of at least 20 full-time jobs. The facility will handle steel coils, cutting and slitting them into steel sheets for downstream processing. Aceroteca expects construction on the project to be completed by the spring of 2024, with operations commencing soon after. Aceroteca’s primary area of focus is on flat steel products for the automotive, heavy industry, commercial, HVAC, white line, metal and mechanical and construction applications.
Last year, Seguin announced that Maruichi Stainless Tube Texas Corporation will build its 125,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Seguin. The project will represent a total capital investment of $75 million and will result in the creation of at least 106 new jobs over a two year ramp up period.
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