Fulton Receives Grant From N.Y. State

Jan. 3, 2012
Funding to focus on projects tied to growing the workforce.

Fulton Companies has been named the recipient of $349,000 in the state of New York’s strategic plans to stimulate the economy and spur job growth. The grant is part of a competitive funding round for Regional Economic Development Councils (REDC) held across the state by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. 

As one of several grant announced in the state’s funding initiatives, the funding will focus on projects tied to growing the workforce in Pulaski, N.Y. Fulton’s five-year plan is to add approximately 50 new local jobs, according to Fulton CFO Kevin LaMontagne.

Projects to support job growth include expansion of product lines, creating lower emissions products, and a wider range of large boiler manufacturing. Opportunities are anticipated for engineers, drafting professionals, programmers, and production professionals.

Another round of New York State competitive funding is anticipated in 2012.

For more information, visit http://www.fulton.com.

Sponsored Recommendations

Heat Recovery: Turning Air Compressors into an Energy Source

More than just providing plant air, they're also a useful source of heat, energy savings, and sustainable operations.

Controls for Industrial Compressed Air Systems

Master controllers leverage the advantages of each type of compressor control and take air system operations and efficiency to new heights.

Discover Your Savings Potential with the Kaeser Toolbox

Discover your compressed air station savings potential today with our toolbox full of calculators that will help you determine how you can optimize your system!

The Art of Dryer Sizing

Read how to size compressed air dryers with these tips and simple calculations and correction factors from air system specialists.