Lane Enterprises Plans Temple, Texas, Manufacturing Facility
The Temple facility will produce High Density Polyethylene Pipe and corrugated metal pipe. Lane will build on a rail served 21-acre site in the Temple Industrial Park and will create 21 new jobs with a $1.2M average annual payroll.
“Our Temple facility will be our first facility in Texas and our 12th facility in operation, said Patrick Collings, President, Lane Enterprises. We look forward to partnering with contractors, engineers, municipalities to serve customers from our new Central Texas location. The Temple facility will serve the growing Texas market as well as support Lane’s customers in Mexico.”
As a full-line manufacturer of corrugated metal and plastic drainage products, Lane Enterprises, Inc. operates several plants in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern States producing several types of buried structures for stormwater management, water quality, small bridge application and the construction industry.
The Temple Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors approved a real estate agreement at their September 2017 board meeting.
“We are honored that Lane Enterprises chose Temple, Texas” said Charley Ayres, Temple EDC Vice President. “The company has been a leader in manufactured products and services to the construction industry since 1934. We always welcome new jobs and new investment to help grow our City but it is an added value when you are able to attract a company that has integrity, loyalty, and reliability as part of its corporate culture”.
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