Guardian, Oil City Both Have Major Projects On

Guardian Glass and Oil City Iron Works are investing in the future with new infrastructure and rebuilds that will keep those industries productive for years to come.

Guardian will start work on building a new furnace later this year, a project that will allow the plant to increase production and remain viable for at least 15 more years.Oil City Iron Works is putting in a new road to Business 45 that will allow that company to expand its work and get supplies and products in and out more efficiently.The company has been adding onto its lines for a year now.

Twenty percent of workers in Navarro County, or 3,563 people, are employed in manufacturing, according to figures from the Texas Workforce Commission. Nearly 20 percent of those jobs, or 640, are at Guardian and Oil City.

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