Investments Pay Off in Temple
Interested in doing business in Central Texas? Take it from Temple’s local employers who are already capitalizing on interstate interconnectivity, shovel-ready sites, low operating costs and a robust regional workforce. Read on to discover business success stories in Temple and prepare for your own in Central Texas’ Next Frontier.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals
In 2019, Dallas-based Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals, LLC opened a cutting-edge rehabilitation hospital in Temple, where it now employs 120.Learn More
Reynolds Consumer Products
Reynolds’ Central Texas roots go back to 1970, when Hefty opened a manufacturing facility in Temple. Today, Reynolds employs 350 here.Learn More
Lane Enterprises operated several plants in Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern states for more than 80 years before expanding to Temple in 2018.Learn More
VA Medical Center
The largest VA medical consortium in Texas and the fourth largest in the U.S., the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System serves more than 250,000 veterans each year.Learn More
For 60-plus years, Temple-based Fikes Wholesale, Inc. has delivered quality gasoline and diesel fuel from Shell, ExxonMobil, ChevronTexaco, and more from its Temple HQ.Learn More
In 2019, Walmart celebrated the 25th anniversary of its Central Texas distribution center, which encompasses more than 1 million square feet on the north side of Temple.Learn More
From Taco Bell to 7-Eleven, a significant amount of the goods supplied to food service outlets is organized by McLane Company out of Temple, where 1,700+ employees are based.Learn More
Baylor Scott & White Health
The largest not-for-profit healthcare system in Texas, Baylor Scott & White Health established its own logistics and distribution operation in Temple, where it employs 7,000+.Learn More
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