Manufacturing and Distribution Expansion in West Houston Brings New Small Businesses to the Area

ANJ Electric Motor Repair LLC opens strategic location in West Houston due to the industrial expansion in the area. West Houston businesses are now finding it easier to have their rotating equipment serviced and repaired.

Houston, United States - January 3, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

West Houston is seeing an expansion of manufacturing and distribution faciliites with the introduction of the FedEx facility, expansion of Goya Foods and the presence of the Igloo manufacturing facility. "This is great news for the region," said Jason Valenzuela of ANJ Electric Motor Repair LLC. "This will bring additional high paying jobs to the area which will continue to also fuel the residential real estate expansion that is occuring in West Houston.

With the large, name brand companies coming to the area, small businesses are also poised to benefit from the growth. These facilities and others like it use specialized equipment which are powerd by industrial electric motors which need to be regularly serviced or repairs. ANJ Electric Motor Repair LLC has recognized the opportunity brought by the expansion and has opened its new facility near the West Houston airport.

"We believe that the Houston economy, particularly West Houston and the Energy Corridor, will be strong in 2018 and in the coming years," said Valenzuela. "It was a strategic move and we belive it will pay off not only for the company but for job seekers in the area as well. We are excited about the prospects for the fledgling company."

ANJ Electric Motor Repair LLC is a local, Houston based, family owned company. The company's team has over 25 years of experience in the electric motor repair industry. Find out more at

Contact Info:
Name: Jason Valenzuela
Organization: ANJ Electric Motor Repair LLC
Address: 17105 Groeschke Rd, Suite 350, Houston, TX 77084
Phone: 281-763-9355

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