continued “As we look at the expansion, we don't want to ask people to pull up their roots an move to the other side of the state,” he said.
They’re also working to cultivate support from government organizations. They’re working with the Warren County EDC and applying to the center for economic growth and Empire State Development.
They currently have 41 employees and are looking to expand by 25 over the next five years.
They manufacture lighting production sets and systems, power systems for lighting and are wholesale distributors for equipment. They also assign technicians to run those systems from a day to several years.
“At the end of the day, we needed space for our manufacturing efforts,” said Studnicky.