As the manufacturing industry has grown over the years, so too has Schertz’ footprint, both in the number of businesses and workforce size. Schertz’ manufacturing companies help support an ever-growing regional economy while attracting in-demand skill sets to the community. Paralleling the growth of Schertz’ manufacturing business community is our business retention and expansion efforts. Together, Schertz’ recruitment and retention programs continue to support the San Antonio region’s booming manufacturing sector. Schertz-based manufacturing companies have the added advantage of drawing from the San Antonio-New Braunfels Metropolitan Statistical Area’s (MSA) large manufacturing laborforce of over 50,200 (BLS, June 2019).


33 Manufacturing Companies In Schertz

There are approximately 33 manufacturing companies located in Schertz, making everything from engine blocks to artisan cheese.

These companies include: Aero Component | Armortex | Beck Ready Mix Concrete | C&M Fabrication | Cadillac Products Automotive | Cal-Tex Protective Coatings | Caterpillar | Custom Rock Formliner | Evestra | Fibernitex Textiles | Heat and Treat | ITM – Innovation, Technology, Machinery | Innovative Kitchens and Baths | Keaco | Madera Millwork | Major Wire Texas | Manco Structures | Maverick Door and Millwork | NAI Signage Solutions | Natural Stone Design | Pioneer Custom Doors, Windows, Moldings | Pratt Industries | PSP Industries | River Whey Creamery | Royal Manufacturing | Setien and Associates | Shook Mobile Technology | Sigma Industrial Automation | Technos Corporation | UFP Schertz United Forest Products | Vestal Steel Specialties | Visionworks | Vita Nonwovens 

The Schertz Manufacturing Focus Profile explores the industry and provides useful information on how this sector supports our local economy. Focus Profiles offer insight into a range of topics. These include details on an industry’s operational environment and the advantages available to Schertz companies. Focus Profiles are excellent resources for site selectors, developers, and area residents looking to learn about community industries.


Download the SEDC Manufacturing Focus Profile