Southern Tier REDC award to Ceramics Corridor parent will support 50 advanced-manufacturing jobs at former aircraft manufacturing site in Big Flats

Some 50 advanced-manufacturing jobs will be supported when our member the Ceramics Corridor incubator opens a third site, in 45,000 square feet leased from Chemung County Industrial Development Agency at the Schweizer Aircraft building on the former Sikorsky campus in Big Flats, according to coverage in the Elmira Star-Gazette.

The newspaper story provides additional detail on Southern Tier Regional Regional Economic Development Council award noted previously on our website. Alfred Technology Resources Inc., the parent of the incubators, is combining a $300,000 REDC award with $150,000 from the Appalachian Regional Commission for broadband access, and a $600,000 loan form the IDA, according to the story.

Alfred Technology Resources already operates two Ceramics Corridor incubators, one in Painted Post, near Corning, and a second in Alfred, the site of the New York State College for Ceramics at Alfred University. Both sites are affiliated with their respective region’s Innovation Hot Spots. 

 

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