Jarco Aggregates Acquires Reserves, Assets in Freer, Texas

Jarco Aggregates of San Antonio announced the acquisition of sand and gravel reserves as well as production assets in Freer, Texas. Jarco will expand the mining capacity of this location to more than 1.2 million metric tons per year of rock products.

Jarco CEO Joe C. Regalado said, “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. Continued expansion in the Central and South Texas markets allows us to service a growing number of ReadyMix and Asphalt customers in these dynamic markets.”

Jarco Aggregates previously purchased the assets of Corpus Christi Sand & Gravel in Odem, Texas. Jarco will operate and expand the existing dredging and material processing operation, introducing over 2 million tons per year of top-quality construction and proppant sand into the South Texas Market.

The site will offer TXDOT-spec sand, cement sand, frac sand, 57 stone, topsoil, select fill, millings and eventually cement stabilized sands ranging from 1.5 sack to 3.0 sack. 

“The Odem location, logistics, and reserves at the Highway 37/77 interchange are ideally suited for our continued growth across aggregate products in the Coastal Bend,” said J Regalado.

Jarco Aggregates will upgrade and expand the dryer, storage, and loadout facilities to service the Eagleford and Laredo proppant markets as well.

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