Medway Plastics molds into former Pflugerville FedEx siteMedway Plastics molds into former Pflugerville FedEx sitehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=108642015-10-21T05:00:00Z2015-10-21T19:00:00Z

​​PFLUGERVILLE - Medway Plastics Corp. — a California-based plastic injection molding company — is expanding its manufacturing and relocating its research and development operations to the Lone Star State.

Medway will open a regional production facility as part of a plan that could see the company shift its headquarters to the area.​

The Long Beach-based company is committed to creating 100 jobs in Pflugerville over a five-year period.

Pflugerville City Council approved a deal developed by the Pflugerville Community Development Corp. to give Medway a $50,000 relocation grant and $100,000 in job-creation incentives.

The company has committed to a lease-purchase of 51,000 sf at 1600 Royston, the former site for FedEx, which expanded and relocated to the 130 Commerce Center in Pflugerville earlier this year.

"Pflugerville's workforce has the education, skills and experience Medway Plastics needs to fill top-notch manufacturing, research and development jobs, and to help the company successfully enter into new markets," said PCDC Interim Executive Director Amy Madison.

Within the next year, Medway Plastics has committed to hiring a minimum of 20 full-time employees at an average salary of $40,000 per year.

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