Prince Plastics is a producer of high-density plastic bags forthe grocery and retail industries, with annual revenues of morethan $4.5 million. Firozali Roopani, Prince Plastics founder, saysthere are several reasons for moving his operation from 6319Brookhill Dr. in Houston to Sugar Land's Julie Rivers Drive. Theacreage is situated in a newly developed area, with a highpercentage of business security, explains Roopani, going on to citestrong demographics and freeway access. And most important, Ft.Bend County is providing tax incentives for the building project,he says.

Roopani's property is located in Sugar Land Business Park, ownedby Sugarland Properties Inc. Dinesh Shah with Business Diversifiedrepresented Prince Plastics in the land transaction and Don Janssennegotiated the sale for Sugarland Properties.

Sugar Land Mayor Dean A. Hrbacek says Prince Plastics will be agood addition to the diversified business park. "We remaincommitted to maintaining a positive business environment thatattracts high-quality projects such as Prince Plastics to ourcity," he says.

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