That’s why New York-based AJW Architectural Products chose Comfort in Kendall County for the construction of a manufacturing facility after several months of searching sites throughout Texas. Started construction in 2015, their new facility offers 150,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing, office and warehouse space for the 120 employees, with room for future expansion. A manufacturer of washroom accessories and partitions, metal lockers and visual display products, AJW has provided products for clients including the Pentagon, major league sports venues and other high-profile projects.

“The rural setting of Comfort, the affordable property with infrastructure readily available, the people and businesses of the area with a ‘can-do’ attitude, plus the assistance of the Boerne/Kendall County Economic Development Corporation (BKCEDC) made the decision easy for us to select Kendall County and the Comfort site,” said AJW COO John Nichols.



From its state-of-the-art Headquarters facility in Boerne, Texas Star Nut and Food uses the latest technology and equipment to provide wholesale and bulk nuts and fruits for the grocery industry as well as restaurants, bakeries, ice cream parlors and consumers.

Albany Engineered Composites designs, develops and manufactures highly engineered, advanced composite components to help its customers stay at the forefront of innovation. Its products include 3D woven structures, traditional and non-traditional 2D composite structures that offer alternatives to metallic or conventional laminated composites. The company’s Boerne facility is one of three U.S. manufacturing locations for this international company.

These successful enterprises are prime examples of how Boerne/Kendall County provides a setting for high tech/light manufacturing companies to thrive.



For more information on High Tech / Light Manufacturing in Kendall County, please contact Misty Mayo, President/CEO, Boerne Kendall County EDC.

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From our perspective, Kendall County’s biggest strength starts with its residents, business leaders and local government. We appreciate the area’s strong, supportive business climate and its small hometown community atmosphere.

The BKCEDC helps us greatly by keeping us informed of news and events and by sharing perspectives that assist us in growing our business in an ever-changing economy. Currently, the BKCEDC team is assisting us in identifying incentives for build-outs at our Boerne facility as well as with local employee information to help us hire and retain better employees.

With all that Boerne and Kendall County have done to help support Mission Pharmacal and the families of our employees, it seems only natural that we would want to embrace the BKCEDC by becoming investors and offering our full support. The decision to become a member was an easy one and we are happy to be a part of it.

Darryl JohnsonMission Pharmacal