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Edinburg EDC announces multimillion-dollar expansion at industrial park

Edinburg EDC announces multimillion-dollar expansion at industrial park
Pictured from left to right are Edinburg Mayor Ramiro Garza Jr., Joaquin Spamer, owner of Region I Industrial, and Raudell Garza, Executive Director of Edinburg EDC. Image courtesy of Edinburg EDC
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Edinburgh, TexasA new, state-of-the-art logistics warehouse is being built in the Edinburg North Industrial Park. Region I Industrial, owned by Joaquin Spamer, is leading construction of the 18,580 square meter facility, which will begin immediately and be completed in about a year. The facility will be used primarily for cotton storage, but may be used for other purposes in the future.

“This new warehouse is a testament to the growth and potential of our city. It reflects the confidence that companies have in Edinburg’s strategic location and vibrant community,” said Edinburg Mayor Ramiro Garza Jr. “We are committed to creating opportunities that benefit our residents and strengthen our local economy. This investment is a significant step forward for our industrial sector and our city as a whole.”

The first phase of the project includes a 100,000 square foot facility and a $6 million investment, contributing to the $10 million total project. This development is a significant milestone for Edinburg as it will meet the region’s high demand for warehouse space and create at least 10 new jobs, further boosting the local economy.

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“Given the tremendous demand for warehouse space and the shortage of warehouse space in Edinburg and the surrounding area, Mr. Spamer’s investment in this warehouse is timely and very welcome. More industrial space means more jobs and investment in our community,” said Raudel Garza, executive director of the Edinburg Economic Development Corporation.

The warehouse at 6201 Republic Drive in the North Industrial Park represents a strategic expansion of Edinburg’s industrial capacity. The facility’s prime location provides seamless access and makes it a central hub for logistics and trade.

“This investment also demonstrates that the North Industrial Park in Edinburg is strategically located, offering access to international border crossings and direct access to our country’s highway network. We thank Joaquin Spamer for his trust in Edinburg and for continuing to work with us to provide better jobs for citizens,” said Veronica Gonzales, Chair of the Board of Edinburg EDC.

The City of Edinburg and the Edinburg EDC Board of Directors thank Spamer and Region I Industrial for their continued partnership and investment in the community. This development underscores Edinburg’s commitment to fostering economic growth and providing quality jobs for its residents.

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