With a burgeoning workforce and a wide variety of industries, Wylie has a pro-business attitude and a willingness to welcome new businesses to our community. The WEDC strives to come alongside your business to ensure that Wylie is a good fit for your company whether your business is looking to relocate or expand. The primary industry sectors of Wylie’s business climate are those of supply chain, logistics and warehousing, precision manufacturing, defense production, and window and door manufacturing.
Wylie serves as the home to the Kansas City Southern Railway’s David L. Starling Wylie Intermodal Terminal. This space currently occupying 500 acres gives Wylie unique connectivity to national and international supply chains. There is further room for expansion for warehousing, assembly, and distribution spaces that will permit for approximately 2 million square feet in cumulative space that can be tailored to serve the unique needs of each individual business. Wylie is further well equipped being positioned near U.S. 75 and Interstate 30 which provide a gateway to markets in the rest of Texas and in the nation.
Serving a broad range of industries from the medical field to the needs of defense, Wylie hosts large companies and small businesses alike that cater to the engineering needs of many. Whether producing components for aircraft for the United States military to producing customized electronics, Wylie is home to a capable workforce that aids in advancing technological innovation.
Wylie houses multiple businesses that specialize in the distribution of windows and doors. Beyond these abilities, Wylie also has a variety of businesses that specialize in plastic and metal extrusion. Unique manufacturing capabilities as well as access to major points of distribution continually draw companies such as Avanti Windows and Doors to Wylie and have allowed for collective growth across the industry.
For further insight into the major companies and businesses that operate out of Wylie, please visit our Major Employers page.