City council approved incentives for a baked-goods supplier and trucking manufacturer that totaled about $11.5 million in tax abatements, infrastructure improvements, and fee waivers.
Illinois-based Navistar, a global manufacturer of commercial vehicles, chassis, and diesel engines, plans to break ground for its San Antonio plant later this year.
A new production line would bring long-term sustainability of the plant and the capability to produce additional vehicle models in addition to the Tundra and Tacoma.
Local Toyota officials anticipate that if Toyota chooses San Antonio for the latest investment in technology, its 23 suppliers will likely expand operations as well.
The Texas Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (TX FAME) is a two-year associates program that teaches trade skills and incorporates on-the-job training with a living wage.
The only shoe manufacturer in San Antonio, SAS Shoemakers is where the family-owned enterprise manages 125 company stores across the country along with its three factories.
Continental AG is a German company that builds everything from electronic sensors to brake systems and powertrains, some of which are produced in Seguin.
Employees at the Toyota Texas manufacturing facility quickly extinguished flames caused by a vapor explosion Thursday morning.
Since 2001, the total measurable economic impact of San Antonio-area manufacturing has more than tripled, according to a new report.
In a 50-50 cost split, the automakers will complete the plant in 2021 with Toyota planning to build North America’s Corollas there, while Mazda will focus on crossover models.