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Klein Tools Opens State-Of-The-Art Heat Treating Plant In Mansfield, Texas

Area Development Online News Desk (04/10/2014)
Klein Tools, a manufacturer of hand tools used by professional electricians, opened its state-of-the-art heat treating facility at 501 Easy Drive in Mansfield, Texas.

"Since 1857, Klein Tools has been manufacturing tools in America, and it's as important for us to keep that tradition now as it was more than 150 years ago," said Thomas R. Klein, President of Klein Tools. "The opening of our new heat treating facility in Mansfield will help us keep up with product demand, streamline operations to stay competitive and provide American jobs in advanced manufacturing."

Klein Tools said it has “already added a total of 200 jobs in Mansfield with two advanced manufacturing plants through the help of Governor Rick Perry. Klein Tools chose Mansfield in part because of incentives from The Texas Enterprise Fund, which was created to entice businesses to relocate to Texas.”

"Texas has created a world-class economic climate based on low taxes, smart regulations and fair courts that gives innovative businesses the opportunity to create jobs and quality, American-made products," said Governor Perry. "Klein Tools is a valued member of the Texas and Mansfield communities and has created hundreds of jobs for hardworking Texans. We look forward to their continued success with this new facility."

"Klein Tools has proven to be a great community partner to Mansfield with the opening of their second plant," said Scott Welmaker, Director of Economic Development for the City of Mansfield. "Klein Tools has continued to find ways to produce and provide quality handcrafted tools that are made right here in Mansfield. It's encouraging to see a company find ways to keep good manufacturing jobs here at home."

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