• 92 Years Young and Still Going Strong

    Retirement has never been a consideration for Bruce Phelps.   The owner and founder of Fulton Tool, an Oswego County company that uses computer-controlled machinery to make parts for manufacturers, chuckles when he’s asked at what ... Read More

  • Wired For Success: UWT Continues to Build Momentum

    United Wire Technologies plans on expanding this year, and its business is up 30 percent since a devastating fire in 2012.The fire that rampaged through their facility five years ago didn't stop the family business. United Wire procure... Read More

  • Local Projects Fueled by State Grant Monies

    In regards to the recent awards by the Central New York Regional Economic Development Council, Operation Oswego County Executive Director L. Michael Treadwell said Oswego County-based initiatives are “not huge but they are neat projects.&... Read More

  • Fulton Group on the Move with Major Expansion Project

    Fulton Group NA, Inc., in the town of Richland is embarking on an $11.25 million project as part of an ongoing expansion.   Fulton Group intends to renovate its Pulaski headquarters and purchase a new facility in East Syracuse with more ... Read More

  • Business Booming as Fulton Tool Co. Shows Growth

    When the Fulton Tool Company caught fire in 2003, owner Bruce Phelps says the blaze consumed everything.“It was a total loss,” Phelps said. “We didn’t have anything to speak of.”Phelps was one of three founders of the ... Read More

  • Getting Ahead: Del Allen Scrimger

    For Fulton resident Del Allen Scrimger, knowledge is literally power.   Scrimger, 34, started his electrical technician apprenticeship at Sunoco’s ethanol facility at the Riverview Business Park in Volney at the end of February. &l... Read More

  • Lean and Mean: Green Belt Training Offered

    “Green Belt Training:
Lean-Six Sigma & Structured Problem Solving” is an eight-day program presented over the course of four months.   The program will start from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. May 25 at the Central New Yor... Read More

  • Flex Your Business Muscles and Get Lean

    The Central New York Technology Development Organization’s Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Training Program offers a combination of in-depth classroom training, personal coaching, and project application to take participants' Lean Six Sigma ski... Read More

  • Brewing up Business

    An Oswego native and entrepreneur has the hops to brew up success.   Thomas Millar recently opened US Beer Brewers at The Cellar Door, located in the basement level of the renovated Woodruff Building at West First and Cayuga streets in O... Read More

  • From Farm to Factory

    Mark Southwick knows what it takes to roll up his sleeves and get the job done.After all, he grew up on a farm.Southwick, 37, is the new plant manager at Huhtamaki in Fulton and is bringing a solid work ethic to an environment that demands nothing ... Read More

  • Port of Oswego Authority Gears Up For Shipping Season

    The St. Lawrence Seaway opened two weeks earlier this shipping season and U.S. ports took advantage of the warm weather to move cargo for their customers.   In May, the Port of Oswego Authority received three shipments of aluminum totali... Read More

  • Novelis to Commission Another Automotive Line May 23

    New Novelis plant manager Kevin Shutt has taken on his new position just in time for the aluminum production titan to commission its third automotive line at its plant in Scriba.   On May 23, Novelis will commission its third automotive ... Read More

  • New Manager Takes Helm at Novelis Oswego Works

    Kevin Shutt has been named plant manager at Novelis Oswego Works, the world leader in aluminum rolling and recycling.   Shutt brings 25 years of experience with Novelis to his new role overseeing operations at the Oswego pla... Read More

Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 154

Issue 154
February/March 2018

Cover Story

  • The New No.1
  • Exelon, owner-operator of three county-based nuclear power facilities, becomes Oswego Countyís top private employer


Wayne Westervelt

My Turn

Corporate Ruthlessness and The Four-Way Test

Economic Trends

Creation of Regional Waste Water Treatment Facility Under Study

Last Page

Tom Kells