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Can technology make flying feel safe again? North Texas companies scramble to remove the COVID-19 risk from planes

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With commercial air traffic still at historic lows and passengers continually wary of flying, Euless-based Aereos says it has brought antimicrobial...

North Texas companies scramble to remove the COVID-19 risk from planes: Euless-based Aereos is adding antimicrobials to plastics for tray tables, armrests and door handles.

Recovery Continues In Texas Manufacturing – Corridor News

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Home/News/Business/Recovery Continues In Texas Manufacturing Recovery Continues In Texas Manufacturing September 1, 20200 1 minute read Texas factory activity expanded in August for the third month in a row following a record contraction in the spring after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, accord...

"Texas factory activity expanded in August for the third month in a row following a record contraction in the spring after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to business executives responding to the Texas #Manufacturing Outlook Survey."

Pipeline Natural Gas Exports to Mexico Rising as Infrastructure Comes Online - Natural Gas Intelligence

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Pipeline natural gas exports from the United States to Mexico are exceeding 6 Bcf/d so far in August, according to preliminary estimates by Genscape, Inc.

Pipeline natural gas exports from the United States to Mexico are exceeding 6 Bcf/d so far in August, according to preliminary estimates by Genscape, Inc. This is up from the 5.3 Bcf/d average reported by the U.S. Department of Energy for the first quarter of 2020.

The new corner office: How south-central Texas may continue to grow, even during a pandemic - San Francisco Business Times

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The area of south-central Texas stretching from Austin across San Antonio and down to Mexico has historically been attractive to companies because of its diverse pool of tech, cyber, and manufacturing professionals, coupled with a pro-business attitude and ample elbow room for physical growth. But n...

Great read by San Antonio Economic Development Foundation The new corner office: How south-central Texas may continue to grow, even during a pandemic.

Not your father’s helicopters. Bell goes high-tech with its new Fort Worth facility

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The Fort Worth-based Bell Textron Inc. plans to move into its new Manufacturing Technology Center next year.

Not your father’s helicopters. Bell Flight goes high-tech with its new Fort Worth facility. The company, which for decades has operated its headquarters not far from the Trinity River along the Fort Worth-Hurst border, has announced plans to build a new 140,000 sq. foot #Manufacturing Technology Center.