Recovered plastics manufacturer IntegriCo Composites, which specializes in railroad products, is moving to a new headquarters in Lousiana following a $20-million investment in a new 178,000 square-foot facility.
After renovations, the facility will produce transportation infrastructure components – including railroad ties, rail crossings and industrial mats – from landfill-bound plastic waste.
The company will relocate its corporate headquarters from Temple, Texas, to Webster Parish.
The corporate move creates 300 new jobs.
Renovations and facility upgrades at the site will begin in June 2014, with an expected completion in late 2014. Hiring will begin by October 2014, with commercial operations beginning soon after.