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Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
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Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
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Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

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Good for Texas Tour: Supply Chains

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is highlighting the impact of supply chains on the Texas economy as he restarts his Good for Texas Tour. A new Comptroller’s office study detailing the vital role supply chains play in enhancing production efficiencies and reducing costs for producers and consumers also examines the ways in which businesses and the federal government are responding to risks. By highlighting the value, opportunities and challenges supply chains present in Texas, the Comptroller’s office is keeping the focus on a strong state economy.

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Rare Earth Element Tour Stop at USA Rare Earth Inc.

USA Rare Earth Inc. is a critical mineral supply chain company that, along with its joint venture partner Texas Mineral Resources Corp., has broken ground on a project to produce American-made rare earth magnets. These components are used to power devices such as smartphones, large-scale batteries, wind turbines and fighter jets. In 2023, it will begin mining 950 acres of state land that is expected to yield more than 300,000 metric tons of rare earth oxide. The Round Top project is expected to be a boon for the local and state economy, yielding 130 to 195 direct full-time permanent jobs in Texas and adding about $26 million each year to the state's public education system.

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Supply Chain Nexus Tour Stop at Anzalduas International Bridge

The Anzalduas International Bridge, which is owned and operated by the city of McAllen in partnership with the cities of Hidalgo and Mission, connects Mission, in Hidalgo County, to Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico, which is home to more than 150 international companies with manufacturing plants within a 9-mile radius. The bridge officially opened in January 2010, and operators recently announced a nearly $54 million investment to expand the northbound and southbound lanes. Over the next three decades, the expansion is projected to realize about $642 million in total benefits and savings in vehicle operating costs, time, environmental impacts and toll revenues.

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Hidalgo Port Trade Value Facebook Infographic

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Chemical Manufacturing Tour Stop at Dow

Dow is a producer of raw materials for a wide variety of end-use products such as office supplies, pharmaceuticals, cleaning supplies and food. As one of the world’s largest chemical manufacturers, the company operates 106 manufacturing sites in 31 countries, supplying specialty plastics, industrial intermediates and performance materials to its customers. Dow operates in 11 Texas cities and recently announced a new facility in Freeport to support downstream polyurethane systems products. The new facility is set to be complete in 2023 and is expected to further reduce the company’s carbon footprint and water usage.

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General Motors Tour Stop at Arlington

At GM, about 1,300 vehicles are built each day at its Arlington Assembly plant, which is home to every new full-size SUV in GM’s product lineup sold around the world: the Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe, GMC Yukon and Yukon XL, and the Cadillac Escalade. Overall, Texas is home to 13 GM facilities, employing more than 13,500 Texans who earn more than $1.3 billion in wages.

In 2020, Texas imported $38.3 billion worth of automobile manufacturing products and exported $11.7 billion. Motor vehicle parts represent the bulk — $8.3 billion or 71 percent — of the state’s automobile-related exports in 2020. That compares with a 40 percent share nationwide, reflecting the importance of those products to Texas.

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Semiconductors Tour Stop at Texas Instruments

TI is a global semiconductor company that designs, manufactures, tests and sells analog and embedded processing chips. The company has about 30,000 employees worldwide. Since its early days, TI has invested in growing the state’s workforce to meet industry demands. The company’s founders created the Graduate Research Center of the Southwest in 1961 for advanced research and graduate education in natural sciences. It became the University of Texas at Dallas in 1969.

And today, TI is in the process of expanding its Texas presence by building a new 300-mm wafer fabrication facility in Richardson as part of the company’s long-term capacity planning.

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