TX: AR: Expal USA at TexAmericas Center Announces $1.4M Investment, Immediate Need to Hire | Trade and Industry Development

TX: AR: Expal USA at TexAmericas Center Announces $1.4M Investment, Immediate Need to Hire

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Jun 30, 2022
Expal USA recently announced a 5-year contract with the United States Department of Defense, which will spur immediate hiring and result in a $1.4 million investment in its facilities at TexAmericas Center.

TexAmericas Center (TAC) is pleased to announce immediate hiring at Expal USA, which opened its doors at TexAmericas Center in 2017 and has since brought more jobs to the region, expanded its operations, and has provided economic stability.

Expal USA recently announced a 5-year contract with the United States Department of Defense, which will spur immediate hiring and result in a $1.4 million investment in its facilities at TexAmericas Center.

The company will hire 44 people by the end of the year, including entry level positions starting at $18 per hour. Expal USA offers its employees a 401(k) plan with options for company matches, medical, dental and vision benefits, 15 vacation days along with a 2-2-3 schedule. No experience is necessary as the organization will provide specific training and education on standard operating procedures.

“These are good-paying jobs that offer stability for families in this region,” said Kirk Claborn, President and CEO of Expal USA. “We can offer fulfilling work and competitive benefits. We’re eager to get you in the door, train you thoroughly, and support you in your work.”

Expal USA deconstructs munitions through reverse manufacturing techniques at its facility at TexAmericas Center. The company is able to safely take apart munitions remotely using robotics. The organization is searching for manual workers to support those efforts, including equipment operators, maintenance electricians and mechanics, technicians, and more.

“At TexAmericas Center, we are excited about this announcement and even more excited about the jobs coming to our region. We’ll continue to fulfill our mission for redevelopment and investment by attracting new businesses and more jobs to our region,” said Eric Voyles, Executive Vice President and Chief Economic Development Officer at TexAmericas Center.

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