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Hot Off the Press!
Construction of Dongjin Semichem Texas in Killeen is expected to begin “immediately” after City Council members in November unanimously approved an economic development agreement with the South Korea company.
At noon, the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce officially welcomed the retail giant to the area with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
1st Cavalry Division hosted members of the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce, at Fort Hood, Texas on Nov. 16, to continue building strong relationships within the Greater Fort Hood Community.
Murdoch’s opened its Killeen location at 701 E. Central Texas Expressway on Oct. 4, but Friday marked its grand opening, which continues Saturday and Sunday.
A new distribution center in Killeen joined the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce and it sealed the occasion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday.
Killeen Chamber of Commerce gathers at the People First Center Nov. 16, on Fort Hood, Texas. Troopers worked with chamber members to help promote positive interactions within the workplace.
A distribution center in Killeen for Harrington, a nationwide manufacturing company, opened recently. It will commemorate its opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday.
Killeen City Council members in a unanimous vote Tuesday approved an economic development agreement for a South Korea company planning to build its first plant in the U.S.
South Korean company Dongjin Semichem plans to build its plant on 42 acres at the Killeen Business Park. Dongjin Semichem will manufacture blended products to support production of semiconductors at Samsung in Williamson County.
Killeen Mayor Debbie Nash-King speaks during the State of the Region on Thursday at the Public Policy Council luncheon hosted by the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce at Grace Christian Center. Bell County Judge David Blackburn also gave remarks at the event.