OGDENSBURG – Tulmar Manufacturing, Inc. expects to add 12 new jobs in the next three years, according to a press release from the Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority.
Tulmar Manufacturing, Inc., a U.S. corporation and affiliate of the Tulmar Group, recently signed a new three-year lease agreement on their manufacturing facility in Ogdensburg, and is projecting to expand their business here over the next few years.
Following an assessment of alternative locations, Tulmar Manufacturing, decided to stay in the industrial park.
“This combined with the support and enthusiasm of the Bridge and Port Authority and significant new growth prospects led to the decision to renew and grow our facility in Ogdensburg,” said Manna Doyle, General Manager of Tulmar Manufacturing Inc.
Tulmar Manufacturing was established in Wixom, MI in 2003 and relocated to Ogdensburg in 2007. In Ogdensburg, it has been assembling seat systems for wheeled armored vehicles and side-wall stowage nets for V-22 aircraft as well as kitting an assortment of subcomponents for defense vehicle programs such as the Stryker. It has also diversified into fabricating interior components for the public transportation systems, including light rail and buses.
At present the company employs four employees in Ogdensburg and hopes to grow business here and add an additional 12 jobs over the next two years.
“Tulmar has developed a significant pipeline of new opportunities with a particular focus on fabrication, assembly and kitting for the defense, public safety, security and transportation industries. We are expecting significant growth over the next three years which in turn will result in the addition of new jobs for semi-skilled, skilled and administrative roles to support the growth”, said Mr. Doyle.
“We are extremely grateful for Tulmar’s decision to keep their U.S. operations here in Ogdensburg, New York,” commented Wade A. Davis, Executive Director of the Ogdensburg Bridge & Port Authority. “They are a well-respected and excellent company in the defense and aerospace business, and the Authority looks forward to working with them to help them grow their U.S. operation and create additional employment opportunities.”