Forklift battery manufacturer Eternity Technologies to open first US facility in Sherman
13 Aug 2019
August 13, 2019 (Michael Hutchins, Herald Democrat)
A battery manufacturer is preparing to start its North American operations in Sherman. Eternity Technologies, which is owned by A1 Dobowi Group, was formed in 2010, is based in the United Arab Emirates, manufactures specialized batteries for forklifts, and just was approved an almost $200k incentive package from the Sherman Economic Development Corporation.
July 25, 2019 (Michael Hutchins, Herald Democrat) The Sherman Economic Development Corp. presented Presco Polymers with a $47,500 incentive check for equipment improvements at its Sherman facility Thursday afternoon. The economic developer held a small ribbon-cutting ceremony to present the check and mark the installation of the new equipment...
Jul 2, 2019, Michael Hutchins/Herald Democrat J.P. Hart Lumber announced plans to expand the Texas-based lumber business to Sherman in the early part of 2018. As an incentive for the company, Sherman Economic Development Corporation offered the company more than $400,000 to be paid out as the company built...
AMP receives $50K grantMay 23 2019
May 23, 2019 (Richard A. Todd, Herald Democrat) The W.B. Munson Foundation recently issued a $50,000 grant to the Advanced Manufacturing Program. Board member Merry Munson Wyatt presented the check to members of the Advanced Manufacturing Consortium Wednesday at the offices of Workforce Solutions Texoma. The Advance Manufacturing...