Jarco Aggregates makes another acquisition

By |  January 9, 2024

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San Antonio-based Jarco Aggregates acquired sand and gravel reserves, as well as production assets, in Freer, Texas.

The company did not specify in a press release who the seller of the assets is, although Jarco says the acquisition expands its mining capacity at the acquired location to more than 1.2 million metric tons of rock products per year.

“The Freer acquisition complements our Odem operations to allow us to deliver construction and proppant sand to the Corpus, Laredo and Rio Grande Valley markets,” says Joe Regalado, CEO of Jarco. “Continued expansion in the central and south Texas markets allows us to service a growing number of ready-mix and asphalt customers in these dynamic markets.”

In November, Jarco detailed that it had purchased assets of Corpus Christi Sand & Gravel in Odem, Texas.

Jarco has operated sand mines, quarries and proppant processing plants in south Texas since 2010.

Related: Jarco Aggregates, Corpus Christi Sand & Gravel come to terms

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