Samsung has officially named Taylor as the home of its future $17B semiconductor manufacturing facility. The small Central Texas city beat out other potential locations including Austin, and sites in Arizona and New York.
Samsung is planning to build a $17 billion semiconductor manufacturing facility in Texas — creating 2000 jobs — as part of efforts to tackle a global shortage of chips.
Samsung Electronics will invest $17 billion to build a new semiconductor manufacturing facility in Texas to boost the production of advanced logic semiconductor solutions that power next-generation innovations and technologies.
What people are saying?
Capricorn-o-saurus It’ll go from “2000” employees to around 300 being hired. And then some of those employees may require a work permit. Not fooling anyone. Been down this road before.
Noah Little Dude, if you want to move to Texas… just move to Texas. You don’t need to wait for a foreign company building a specific product to justify getting out of a place you’re not happy in.