After 17 years of a tenant-landlord relationship with Konar Properties, CooperVision now owns its packaging and distribution center in Henrietta.
Triton Mechanical is a commercial refrigeration and HVAC service provider, a B2B enterprise specializing in heating, air conditioning and refrigeration.
The board approved a proposal for $27.5 million in previously committed New York State funding to invest $23 million in new equipment and tool upgrades to further enhance the TAP facility’s research and development capabilities and to amplify the consortium’s collaboration with regional universities, with $4.5 million in operational support.
Precision OT is a system engineering and integration company focused on optical transceivers and related optical networking equipment.
EMF, a division of Omega Optical Holdings, has named Darrick Dutcher its general manager, overseeing operations at the company’s main manufacturing site in Ithaca, as well as its location on Paul Road in Rochester.
Since its inception Circle Optics has secured contracts valued at some $3.7 million, has a dozen patents awarded or pending and was named a winner of Pepperdine’s most fundable companies in 2022, as well as GENIUS NY 2021 and Luminate 2019.
Founded in 1972, JML has 70,000 square feet of space on Linden Avenue dedicated to the design, production and testing of aspherical, spherical, plano, cylindrical and acylindrical lenses and multi-element optical devices.
A local optics and imaging veteran has taken the helm at Rochester Institute of Technology’s Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science.
William W. (Wade) Cook has been appointed executive director of the American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics.
AMETEK – which logged sales of $5.5 billion in 2021 – acquired Rochester-based Navitar, along with Canadian firm RTDS Technologies Inc., for roughly $430 million.
Sydor Technologies has been awarded an $1.15 million Phase II SBIR grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to continue development of a fast photodiode used in labs for laser characterization, synchrotrons and fusion experiments.
In return for relocating to the area and staying for at least one year, individuals as well as families, can receive up to $19,000.