Beauty Manufacturing Solutions Corp. already operates a plant from its home base in Coppell. But with the help of $2 million in incentives from the city of Fort Worth, it plans to add a new high-tech, $150 million plant at the Alliance Gateway 2 building (above) in Fort Worth’s AllianceTexas development.
The facility will feature advanced robotics, processing, and filling technologies and bring more than 250 highly skilled jobs to the city in engineering, manufacturing, supply chain, R&D, and quality, the city said. The nearly 450,000-square-foot facility will support the growth of the company’s core business in manufacturing and development of personal care and beauty care products.
Peter Song, CEO of Beauty Manufacturing, said the new expansion “will create a new standard in personal care contract manufacturing.”
“This site will merge new technologies in manufacturing along with the supporting infrastructure and ambitions from the city and our company,” Song added in a statement. “Most importantly, it gives us the opportunity to welcome new teammates into our organization for the decades to come.”
The Fort Worth City Council approved a 10-year tax abatement of up to 70% of Beauty Manufacturing’s real and business personal property. As part of the tax abatement program, the company will be required to spend 15% of construction costs with certified minority-owned businesses.
Samuel Rhea, director of industrial leasing at Hillwood, welcomed the news.
“Reshoring continues to be an important piece of our regional economic development story, and the beauty industry is quickly becoming a focal point in our growing manufacturing sector here at AllianceTexas,” Rhea said.
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