In a significant development, Aceroteca Metals LLC has commenced the construction of a state-of-the-art metal service center in Seguin, Texas. The 59,000-square-foot facility, situated on a sprawling 23-acre site, will play a vital role in the handling of steel coils, offering cutting and slitting services to transform them into steel sheets for downstream processing.With an estimated project cost of $10 million, this initiative is expected to generate a minimum of 20 full-time jobs. The completion of the construction is slated for spring 2024, followed closely by the commencement of operations.Aceroteca Metals specializes in flat steel products, catering to a wide range of industries, including automotive, heavy industry, commercial, HVAC, white line, metal and mechanical, and construction applications. This metal service center will further enhance the manufacturing capabilities in Seguin and contribute to the city's economic growth.M.C. Rogers, the chief operating officer of Aceroteca, expressed the company's enthusiasm in bringing its operations to the United States. Aceroteca already operates two plants in Monterrey, Mexico and is building a similar location in Seguin, Texas. Rogers highlighted the favorable conditions for manufacturing growth in the Seguin area, with three of the city's five largest employers being manufacturers.