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Halliburton Closes on Land in Hogue Industrial Park

Halliburton Closes on Land in Hogue Industrial Park

The deal is done — for the land anyway. Halliburton officials have confirmed that they have completed purchase of 100 acres of land on the southernmost portion of the Hogue Industrial Park just north of the city. The company remains mum however on details of its plans for the location. David Partlow, Executive Director of the Brownfield Industrial Development […]

Work Continues on US 62 Rehabilitation Project

Work Continues on US 62 Rehabilitation Project

  Motorists traveling through the city of Brownfield will see traffic changes along US 62 as the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) makes progress on a $10.6 million project to completely rebuild the existing roadway, from US 385 to the southern Brownfield city limits. Beginning Monday, July 1, traffic from the southern Brownfield city limits […]

Worldwide Company Moving to Town

Worldwide Company Moving to Town

Mercuria Energy Trading, Inc., the world’s fourth largest commodities trader, will call Brownfield home in a matter of weeks, company officials announced Friday. The privately-owned company, based in Geneva, Switzerland, has purchased acreage adjacent to the railroad tracks north of the Main Street crossing. Lance Inwood, Manager of Crude Oil Supply for Mercuria, told the […]

Industrial Park Promoted

Industrial Park Promoted

A Dallas-based real estate development group is now actively promoting the Brownfield Industrial Park to its nation-wide contact list of businesses looking to expand in the area, according to David Partlow, executive director of the Brownfield Industrial Development Corp. BIDCorp has struck a deal with The Mages Group to help market the city’s 100-acre industrial […]

Rail Line Is an Asset for Bringing New Business to Town

Rail Line Is an Asset for Bringing New Business to Town

Brownfield Industrial Development Corporation Director David Partlow constantly keeps his eyes and ears open to new business prospects for Brownfield. He is now working with three companies related to the oil and gas industry and has preliminary commitments from two of them. According to Partlow, Brownfield’s major recruiting attraction has been our railroad. The two […]

Wine Company Plans Further Business Deals

Wine Company Plans Further Business Deals

Texas Custom Wine Works is coming to town, and plans to bring with them some extra business with other companies. The soon-to-open wine-processing company is so far set to open a 13,000-square-foot facility in Brownfield’s Industrial Park and create about 12 jobs, but is in the final negotiations stages with the retail beverage company Nature […]

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