Operation Oswego County Presents Award To Universal Metal Works

OSWEGO – At its annual meeting in June, Operation Oswego County presented its 2016 Business Excellence Award to Universal Metal Works in recognition for demonstrating and implementing a collaborative effort between two industry leaders that has resulted in a significant economic development impact for the city of Fulton and Oswego County;

Universal Metal Works cited
Universal Metal Works cited

for investing over $2.4 million to expand the Fulton plant by 20,000 square feet to accommodate an expansion of Universal Metal Works as well as providing space for Davis-Standard to relocate its blow molding operations from New Jersey to Fulton; for improving efficiency and expanding capacity and services for Universal Metal Works’ custom metal fabrication business that offers more than 300 years of combined fabrication experience; for its reputation for making products that are recognized industry wide for quality, strength and reliability; and for employing 25 people and doing business in Oswego County.

Pictured from left are: Barbara Bateman, OOC board president; Jim Meyers, UMW general manager; John Sharkey IV, UMW vice president; John Sharkey III, UMW president; and L. Michael Treadwell, OOC executive director.