ENF Technology, the Korean-based technology firm that announced last April that it would open a manufacturing facility in Kyle, will hold a ribbon cutting on Friday.
The ceremony will be at 2 p.m. Friday at 1550 Kohlers Crossing. Scheduled speakers include Lee Seungho, senior executive vice president of ENF Technology, Mayor Travis Mitchell, City Manager Scott Sellers, Director of Kyle Economic Development Diana Blank-Torres and Jason Guilietti, interim president of the Greater San Marcos Partnership.
The new $45 million facility will be the company’s base of operations in the U.S. and will house a manufacturing operation for the blending of electronic and process materials meant to support fabrication of microelectronic products.
Last March, Kyle city officials approved the facility known as Magic Mint. ENF Technologies, which has several South Korean manufacturing sites, produces products for several technology companies including Samsung, GlobalFoundries, Miron, Intel and Texas Instruments,
Ground was originally scheduled to have been broken in October on the 25-acre property. At the time the facility was announced, the company said it expected to be hiring 15 to 20 employees in the first quarter of 2021, with room for future expansion.