Company that makes documents for people with impaired vision expanding Ogdensburg facility
OGDENSBURG – A document conversion company specializing in materials for many companies’ impaired-vision clients and customers is expanding at the Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority’s (OBPA) Commerce Park.
T-Base Communications says the expansion could result in as many as 20 new jobs there.T-Base Communications specializes in the production of customer communications statements and documents to enable Fortune 500 companies and large government organizations to communicate with their blind, low vision and print-disabled customers and citizens.
“This is good, positive news for our local economy,” said OBPA Director of Commercial and Industrial Development John Rishe. “T-Base has been a long-term tenant of the authority and we are very pleased to be able to lease additional space to accommodate their growth in Ogdensburg.”
“Our continued expansion will help us meet the growing demand for the timely delivery of alternate format communication materials to our US based customers, while providing additional employment in the area,” said T-Base Communications CEO Jeff Potts. “We have a great team, and we are thrilled to be able to contribute to employment and economic growth in the state of New York.”
T-Base began its Ogdensburg operations in 2005 with two employees. They produce statements, documents and textbooks in Braille, large print, e-text, and accessible PDF formats for financial, telecommunications and educational institutions, helping them communicate effectively with their customers who cannot access information in conventional print or online formats.