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"A major manufacturer of surgical gloves has selected Brazoria County for its first U.S. manufacturing plant, the company announced Thursday.

Maxter Healthcare will build a $500 million complex on a 215-acre site at CR 52 and CR 48 just off Highway 288 in Alvin’s extraterritorial jurisdiction. The facility will be constructed in four phases and will employ 1,200 people when it is built out, the company said in a news release.

Each phase is expected to produce 400 million gloves per month for each phase. When all the four phases are completed, the total installed production capacity would be 1.6 billion gloves per month and 19.2 billion gloves per year, the release states.

“This domestic manufacturing capacity will aid the U.S. in its ability to respond to the current pandemic and help safeguard the U.S. in the future,” company founder and president Stanley Thai said in the release. “In addition, through the establishment of our research and development center and collaborations with the local and regional education institutions, we will be developing innovative new products and technologies.”







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"Maxter Healthcare Inc. has filed with state and local officials to build a $90M, 318K SF factory on its 215-acre campus in Brazoria County.

Maxter Healthcare is a subsidiary of Malaysia-based Supermax Corp. and specializes in manufactoring medical gloves. This factory will be Supermax’s first manufacturing site in the United States.

The facility will be constructed in four phases, and each phase is expected to produce 400 million gloves per month. That would equate to 19.2 billion gloves per year."


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