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Coates: COVID has led manufacturers in China to look at TX-MX border region

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BROWNSVILLE, Texas – An expert on reshoring says the Texas-Mexico border region can benefit from the COVID-19 induced disruption to the supply chains used by manufacturers in China. Rosemary Coates used to help U.S. companies locate in China. Now, as founder and executive director of the Reshori....

Coates: COVID has led manufacturers in China to look at TX-MX border region.

Manufacturing sector sees slow growth

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Texas factory activity expanded for the fifth month in a row in October, rebounding from record lows during spring shutdowns to stem the spread of COVID-19, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. "The Texas manufacturing recovery continued to gain momentum in October," said Emily Kerr, Dal...

Texas factory activity expanded for the fifth month in a row in October, rebounding from record lows during spring shutdowns to stem the spread of COVID-19, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

Texas manufacturing recovery continues despite pandemic

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Texas factory output is continuing to shake off the economic blight triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, with a key measure of conditions in the

Texas factory output is continuing to shake off the economic blight triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, with a key measure of conditions in the manufacturing sector recently expanding at its fastest pace in two years.

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."