Another Company Bails out of California—for Texas…
(CUSA) – Conservative policies that put human flourishing and freedom over government expansion is what Texas is known for. Another West Coast company finds this to be true and is moving to Dallas:
Gov. Rick Perry has announced a Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) investment of $3.9 million in Omnitracs LLC, which is relocating its headquarters from San Diego, California to Dallas, creating 450 jobs and $10 million in capital investment.
Omnitracs has provided fleet management solutions for the U.S. trucking industry for more than 25 years. The company’s services include software applications, GPS fleet tracking, platforms and information services. The new headquarters will house jobs in a variety of fields, including engineering, research and development and finance.
“We are extremely pleased to be expanding our operations to Dallas and greatly appreciate the collaboration with and support from state and local officials in Texas,” stated John Graham, CEO of Omnitracs.
“Our new headquarters in downtown Dallas will situate us much closer to many of our fleet customers and provides convenient access by air to virtually all of our clients. This is an exciting time in the evolution of our growing business and we look forward to the many opportunities associated with this new location.”
Texas certainly has it’s own problems but lack of opportunity is not one of them. When the president talks about job growth, the vast number of those Jobs are in Texas. —DNW