Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing plans to create 200 new jobs in Kerrville
AUSTIN, Texas—Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing Inc. (KMM) will build an $8 million manufacturing facility in Kerrville that is expected to create 200 new jobs, according to a release from the office of Texas Governor Greg Abbott. The company, a manufacturer of circuit card assemblies and cable and fiber harnesses for the aerospace industry, received a grant of $903,000 from the Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF), the release said.
“Texas is a leader in aerospace and aviation, and we are proud to welcome KMM’s new manufacturing facility to the Kerrville community,” said Governor Abbott in the release. “Texas’s welcoming economic climate continues to attract the best and brightest from all sectors thanks to our strong workforce, low taxes, and reasonable regulations. I know that this new facility will strengthen Texas’s aerospace and aviation sector.”
“Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing represents a very significant opportunity to add hundreds of well-paying jobs to the Kerrville market,” said Greg Richards, president of the Kerrville Economic Improvement Corporation, in the release. “As a Tier-1 supplier, it is certainly within the realm of possibilities this project will attract other clean industry jobs. It is a privilege to have the opportunity to welcome a project like Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing to our city.”
“It is great to work with Texas, and specifically Governor Abbott,” said Don Hedger, president and CEO of Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing, Inc., in the release. “KMM greatly appreciates the pro-business environment of Texas. We look forward to a continuing relationship with the inviting community of Kerrville. It is clear that the Kerrville Economic Development Corporation is innovative, forward thinking, and community value minded. We also remain thankful to the Texas Workforce Commission who does so well to help our emerging workforce needs.”