United Wire Technologies: After the Fire, a Move to a New Building in Constantia

Company produces about 2 million pounds of wire a year, with sales between $3 million and $5 million
By Aaron Gifford

    In 1938, Oswego resident Ellsworth “Al” Ransom decided to go into business for himself selling knit wire mesh for copper pot scrubbers. He opened up the modest “Cleveland Textile” factory on Route 49 in the village of Cleveland and ... [Subscriber-only content]

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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 121

Issue 121
August/September 2012

Cover Story

  • Growing a Pizzeria Chain
  • Tony Calascibetta, co-owner of Camís Pizzeria, just opened his 15th location in Baldwinsville.


Christopher Todd

On The Job

On The Job

Success Stories

Paragon Environmental Construction

My Turn

Jerry Sanduskyís Victims and the Publicís Right to Know



Economic Trends

Recognizing Those Who Make a Difference

Special Article

Difficult Decisions: Firing Employees

Last Page

Jeff McCrobie

Where Are They Now

Kay Torba