Optics industry growing in Rochester

Date: 5 October 2011
Source: http://www.democratandchronicle.com
Optical components company Rochester Precision Optics is planning a $6.5 million expansion of its Henrietta plant that will enable it to add 130 jobs.

Glass optics maker Optimax Systems Inc. expects to be done in December with an addition to its Wayne County plant where it will grow by 50 positions.

Maker of optical measurement equipment Lumetrics Inc. moved in June to more spacious offices in Henrietta to accommodate its growth. Sydor Instruments, a maker of ultrafast diagnostic systems such as cameras and photon detectors, made a similar move this summer in Chili.

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