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MFG Texas Operation Turns 20

  • Teammates recognized for 20 years or more of service (L to R): Robert Morales, Jay Anderle, CEO Richard Morrison, Rich Lafountain (27 years), Connie Telles, Wes Shamp (47 years), Jennifer Magallanes and Mark Burnard.

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  • Texas teammates prepared a delicious BBQ lunch for teammates and visitors.

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  • The shipping and receiving team enjoying the celebration luncheon.

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MFG Texas celebrated 20 years of operation in the Gainesville community with an open house and luncheon attended by Gainesville dignitaries and community members, MFG corporate staff and the entire crew of teammates.

A highlight of the day was a presentation of a $20,000 donation to the Cooke County Boys and Girls Clubs towards their Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) program for youngsters.

CEO Richard Morrison recognized and thanked seven original teammates who have been in service to the entity since inception.

The entity was initially dedicated to wind blade manufacturing. By 2008 turbine blade length had outgrown the capacity of the facility so MFG relocated blade production to the new MFG South Dakota plant. MFG Texas now produces smaller turbine parts and provides blade repair and reconditioning services for the wind industry.

In 2016 MFG refocused it’s capabilities to low pressure molding technologies to meet regional market demand for high quality FRP parts and products at low to medium volume.