“Being in the fresh-to-market food industry, Oswego County allows us to be located at the heart of our supply and, with a highly accessible transportation network, the quickest to market.”
Jeremy Dygert of Champlain Valley Specialty NY, maker of Grab Apples

“We knew that starting a logistics company meant adapting to our customers’ constantly changing service and fulfillment requirements. With interstate highway, rail and maritime infrastructures, Oswego County is a natural crossroads enabling logistics versatility and ready access between New England, Canada and world markets.”
George Joyce, CEO, Laser Transit, 3rd party logistics provider

“After a catastrophic fire, we received multiple offers to relocate our manufacturing facilities. We chose to stay and expand in Oswego County due to the superior quality of the workforce, overwhelming community support, and the responsive assistance from Operation Oswego County.”
Jim Ransom, President, United Wire Technologies, third-generation wire manufacturing firm

“We chose to start our business in Oswego County because it's where our friends and family are. It's home. Working with OOC made it possible. Their partnerships with the Small Business Development Center and area banks enabled us to create a strong financial package. Their support gave us the confidence to keep moving forward. They made the whole plan work!”
Tim Murphy, Owner, Murphy’s Automotive Solutions

“A couple years ago, we began looking for a new site. Retention of our employees and staying in the state of New York, were key to the site selection. Fortunately, we found a site within a 15-minute drive of our current location, which will be the new home for our fabrication facility. We know we have an excellent site and location to attract the talent and creativity we need to successfully design, manufacture and distribute our EJ product lines.”
Tracy Malpass, President, EJ USA, Inc.

“The building has good bones, it was on the Salmon River, it has 35 acres. I've been in thousands of buildings. This one was a keeper. We bought it the next day, at full asking price, and have been developing the magic ever since. Oswego County, in general, has been a reward to us. The people, whether it be Operation Oswego County or the IDA, everyone we have worked with has helped us, bent over backwards to welcome [us] and say how can we help? It's not a feeling we've gotten in other places.”
Norm Swanson, Tailwater Lodge Project, Woodbine Group