Burleson, Texas – June 22, 2016 – The Burleson 4A Economic Development Corporation is proud to welcome Hayes & Stolz Industrial Manufacturing to the Highpoint Business Park community. “Hayes & Stolz exemplifies the vision set for the business park of providing quality manufacturing and a strong investment in our community,” said Dan McClendon, President of the Burleson 4A Economic Development Board.
Founded in 1945, Hayes & Stolz Industrial Manufacturing Company has achieved worldwide recognition as a leader in the manufacture of quality, reliable, high performance mixing and material handling equipment. “Hayes & Stolz is extremely excited about the opportunity to relocate our facility to Burleson,” said Bob Montgomery, Comptroller for Hayes & Stolz. “We are very excited about our decision to move our operations to Burleson in the Highpoint Business Park. After meeting with the City in February to explore the opportunities, it was evident that Burleson was a perfect fit for the Hayes & Stolz culture and will be an excellent ‘home’ for the business. The new facility, with almost 150,000 square feet of manufacturing, warehouse and administration, will provide much‐needed space for continued growth. We look forward to working with Burleson through the design and construction phases with a target date to begin full operations there in January 2018. Thank you to all the good folks at the city of Burleson for making this an easy decision!”
The proposed 144,000 square foot corporate headquarters will be situated in Highpoint Business Park, located on Interstate 35W just north of FM 917 in Burleson. The new, corporate headquarters will bring over 100 jobs, the largest workforce in the business park, which will include administrative staff and sales staff as well as a warehouse operations division. “We are extremely pleased to have Hayes & Stolz become the newest company to join our other partners that proudly call Highpoint Business Park home,” said Alex Philips, Economic Development Manager for the City of Burleson.
Upon hearing the exciting announcement, State Representative DeWayne Burns said, “The decision by Hayes & Stolz to build a new manufacturing facility and bring 100 jobs to Burleson’s Highpoint Business Park is great news for the City of Burleson and the residents of Johnson County. Word is out that our cities are dedicated to economic development and we have the location, workforce, overall business climate and quality of life that companies seek when relocating or expanding. Congratulations to the City of Burleson and welcome to our newest community partner, Hayes & Stolz.”
Hayes & Stolz will join four other companies that currently operate in Highpoint Business Park in Burleson. The existing businesses that occupy the park range from light manufacturing to distribution and corporate headquarters.
For more details about the City of Burleson and the expanding Highpoint Business Park, please contact:
Economic Development Manager
City of Burleson, Texas
Hayes & Stolz Industrial Manufacturing Co. is proud to announce the launch of our new web site. Our goal is that this site will be a valuable resource for you, with easy access to equipment information, technical data and photos... as well as insight into other services we offer. We recognize that a web site is just a tool, and that people and craftsmanship are what truly make the difference. Please contact one of our representatives directly for information on how to put Hayes & Stolz's to work for you.
Hayes & Stolz Industrial Manufacturing Company, a manufacturer of mixing and blendingequipment, process equipment, and material handling equipment for a variety of industries, announces the opening of a new 15,600 square feet Paint & Assembly building at their Fort Worth, Texas manufacturing facility.
The 8,400 square feet paint facility includes two (2) Colmet 12’ X 20’ paint booths with an overhead rail system. The 7,200 square feet assembly addition features two (2) 5 ton and two (2) 10 ton overhead cranes with 23 feet clear height to meet the market’s demand for bigger equipment with higher capacities.
The addition of the Paint & Assembly building will bring not only much needed additional capacity, but also a higher level of quality to the equipment lines manufactured at Hayes & Stolz.
The new Paint & Assembly building is just Phase I in an overall expansion and remodel plan that will eventually include a new Finished Goods Warehouse, a new Fabrication facility, a new Test Lab/Show Room, and eventually new Office space.
The Outreach Committee was formed January this year and is responsible for decisions regarding H&S charitable giving and community service. To date we have supported and participated in the following:
Youth missionary to The Dominican Republic
The Amazon Project
Bible Translators in Indonesia
Missionary to Kenya Africa
Missionary to Belize
Missionary to Colombia
Church Planters in Austin, TX
American Cancer Society Relay for Life
National Parkinson’s Foundation
Doctors Without Borders
Richard Wilson Elementary School, Fort Worth
Cassata High School, Fort Worth
4H Club – Johnson County Shooters
First Tee of Fort Worth
Camp for All
Community Partners of Dallas
Meals On Wheels
Tarrant Area Food Bank