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Major Pulaski-based fourth-generation family owned manufacturer places safety as priority By Lou Sorendo It’s going to take more than a global pandemic to cool down a local company known as the heat transfer innovators. Fulton Companies represents a global group of companies primarily involved in sales, service, and manufacturing of commercial and industrial heat transfer equipment. That includes steam and hot water-hydronic boilers, thermal fluid (hot oil) heaters, and a full range of ancillary equipment. The company employs 300 workers, 275 of which are full time. It is Oswego County’s third largest private employer behind only Novelis and Huhtamaki. During the first phases of recovery from COVID-19, Fulton Companies is focused on “keeping everyone safe and fulfilling orders to our customers, especially those in essential businesses,” according to Bram Palm, president and CEO of Fulton Companies. “We will continue to invest in new products, making manufacturing improvements and come out of this as a stronger team and company.” Fulton Companies’ headquarters remain in Pulaski, where the fourth generation of the Palm family has begun making its impression on the family business. Palm’s daughter, Allison Brown, represents the fourth generation at the business. After working for a large management-consulting firm in