WOODRIDGE – Sullivan County Fabrication, a 25,000 square foot steel shelving manufacturing and refabricating facility in the Village of Woodridge, has opened.
The company, along with its affiliates, Resnick Supermarket Equipment, and Supermarket Parts Warehouse, will be replacement shelving for supermarkets and convenience stores.
“Building this factory was crucial for us to keep our businesses sustainable,” said Daniel “Butch” Resnick, president of Sullivan County Fabrication, Inc. and the Resnick Group family of companies. “With the ability to build our own shelving, we are able to grow our businesses and create jobs and opportunity for our friends and neighbors, rather than purchasing them from outside our country.”
Sullivan County Fabrication has committed to investing over $3 million in the project, while creating 35 new jobs and retaining 95 others.
The state’s Empire State Development Corporation will provide up to $563,000 in performance-based Economic Development Fund grants and Excelsior Jobs Program tax credits. The company will also receive a $1.8 million Jobs Development Authority Direct Loan for machinery and equipment costs.