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Target Industries

A workforce with a strong work ethic, excellent transportation infrastructure with major highway and rail access, favorable labor costs, land/site availability, and a reliable, cost-effective power grid are just a few of the major benefits for industry in Cameron. 

Advanced Manufacturing

Cameron has what the Advanced Manufacturing sector needs to run a successful operation. Key advantages for manufacturing include a workforce with ready-access to advanced manufacturing training, connections with US Highway 77 (north/south) and US 190 (east/west with easy access to major interstate I-35), access to BNSF for rail service needs, and available land and sites. From steel and machining to piping, Cameron welcomes and supports a number of manufacturing sectors. 

Specialty Agriculture

Cameron and Milam County have a long history in the agriculture sector, providing numerous strengths and benefits for the agriculture industry. Local businesses, from poultry and beef suppliers to grain and cotton producers, have strong footholds in the region. Close proximity to Texas A&M, a leading agricultural research facility, affordable land, access to water for irrigation, available skilled labor, and access to markets, key inputs, and capital make Cameron highly suitable for agriculture.

Back Office / Administration

With a significant number of residents employed in or with clerical, administration, and managerial training, Cameron offers a large, existing labor pool to draw from and build upon. Nearby colleges and universities with top-notch programs in business, accounting, and administration also produce skilled graduates ready to enter the workforce. The Cameron Business Park offers sites ideal for back office operations.

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