Progress with Purpose
Brownfield Wants and Continues to Grow.
The work done by the Brownfield Industrial Development Corporation is closely followed by the residents of Terry County. Each new business is welcomed like family we have been missing.
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Guar gum production is vital to many industries today. Global guar production is about a million tons per year. Nearly 5 tons comes from Texas, more specifically Brownfield.
Guar Resources processes the roughly 14,000 acres of Texas guar each year. It is used in fracking, textiles, paper, explosives, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and food.
As the official Grape Capital of Texas, Terry County delivers more grapes by weight and variety than any other region of the state.
With several wineries and more vineyards added each season, many industries seeking raw materials derived from grapes are taking a closer look at Brownfield. Terry County wineries today boast several award-winning vintages.
In 2015, Halliburton placed their oilfield support plant in Brownfield. This provided them with perfect access to the regional rail spur, guar products which are used in fracking operations, and a workforce with the trade skills they needed.
As one of the largest providers to the energy sector, Halliburton is a respected member of the community. 2019 marks the 100th Anniversary of Halliburton and we look forward to not only this, but also the next to come.
One of the largest manufacturing plants in the region is Birdsong Peanuts. Many local growers contribute to the business objectives of Birdsong, which is supplying the nuts to scores of food manufacturers for everything from peanut bars and peanut butter to M&Ms.
Birdsong is one of the largest and most stable companies in the nation. Having started in 1914, the company today produces, shells, and sells more than 250 Million tons of peanuts each year.
The infrastructure in Brownfield is sound and offers much to corporations seeking to expand in Terry County.
Although largely agricultural, Terry County provides raw materials for use in petrochem, food, and other manufacturing.
After a period of slow growth through the early part of the new millennium, Brownfield is again growing as seen in the Data.
The City of Brownfield and its residents are determined to grow and to that end have developed some very attractive incentives.
From Vineyards to Farms, former production facilities to industrial parks, Brownfield has a property for all interested.
Recognizing that Human Resources are key to attracting business, the city has launched an initiative to provide training in the trades.
Did You Know?...Terry County is the Grape Capital of Texas.
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