September 18, 2020

TEMPLE, TEXAS  (September 18, 2020) – Temple Economic Development Corporation (Temple EDC) today announced the expansion of Sunbelt-Solomon Solution’s Temple, Texas facility as a result of a $2 million capital investment that will create 100 new jobs in electrical distribution.

Sunbelt Transformer began in 1981 in a 6,500-square-foot shop in Temple, Texas as a single-product company that relied heavily on selling reconditioned electrical distribution transformers. The company has grown from three employees to a large-scale operation with four brands under the Sunbelt-Solomon Solutions name: Sunbelt Transformer, Solomon Corporation, Titan Quality Power Services, and Delta Testing Services, Inc.

In an effort to reduce operating costs and maximize efficiency, Sunbelt-Solomon Solutions will close its leased facility in Georgetown, Texas and expand existing operations in Temple, Texas this fall. The existing space lacks storage and requires equipment be stored offsite. The expanded Temple location will allow for the operation of all product families in-house and will create 100 new jobs.

“As we analyzed the costs, timing, effort and employee retention vital to Sunbelt-Solomon’s operations, it became clear that Temple was the perfect solution,” says Temple EDC President and CEO Adrian Cannady. “Between affordable costs of business and living and the ideal location on the I-35 corridor, Temple offers tremendous opportunities for businesses looking to expand or relocate.”

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The Temple Economic Development Corporation (Temple EDC) is a nonprofit organization that serves as the designated economic development entity for the City of Temple, Texas. Temple EDC strengthens relationships, builds partnerships, and provides solutions that cause entities to choose Temple.

Temple is Central Texas’ burgeoning community where location, infrastructure and workforce converge in one of Texas’ most cost-competitive markets. Temple provides unparalleled access via I-35, combined with a highly competitive cost of living and doing business.

For companies looking to leave behind the higher costs and congestion of metros, Temple offers more “bang for your buck” from housing to operating costs and the ability to make an impact in a community on the cusp of significant growth. Home to 1,600 acres of shovel-ready land prime for development, Temple is a launchpad for companies at the crossroads of I-35 and the planned I-14, slated to run from El Paso to Georgia. Served by both Union Pacific (UP) and Burlington North Santa Fe (BNSF), Temple offers robust freight distribution infrastructure, and easy access to Austin Bergstrom International Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Corporate trailblazers who choose Temple will find themselves in good company. McLane Company, Baylor Scott & White Health, Wilsonart International, McLane Group, Reynolds Consumer Products, PDI and Artco-Bell Corporation are just a few of the many industry leaders that have already established headquarters and major operations in Temple.

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