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Heritage Bag confirmed as AllianceTexas' next corporate tenant
A. Lee Graham
Reporter

 

Hillwood Properties has announced Roanoke as the site of Heritage Bag Co.’s new corporate headquarters and Southwest Division manufacturing facility.

The corporate relocation is the latest coup for Hillwood’s 18,000-acre AllianceTexas development.

Privately owned Heritage Bag is moving from its current Carrollton site to a 330,000-square-foot facility within the Alliance Gateway sector at AllianceTexas. The company produces a variety of can liners used in institutional markets.

“We’re very excited to welcome Heritage to AllianceTexas,” said Tony Creme, vice president of Hillwood Properties, commenting in a news release.

“The company is a market leader in their industry, and has a long history providing sales, marketing, and manufacturing expertise to their customers.” Crème said.

Heritage Bag operates six manufacturing and service locations nationwide and offers products through a distribution network in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The company is expected to break in February on its new flagship facility and corporate office. 

“Heritage Bag Company is pleased to be joining the AllianceTexas community,” said Carl A. Allen, company president and CEO.

“We feel this new state-of-the art facility will help us to meet our growing needs, allow greater flexibility and access to reach our distribution partners across the U.S., and continue our long history of providing quality products and service to our customers,” Allen said.

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