Rochester based Cerion Enterprises held a ribbon cutting Thursday to celebrate moving into a new space at the Eastman Business Park.
The ribbon cutting comes amid a report from the Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council which states the Eastman Business Park is its top priority in terms of business and job growth in the nine county Rochester region.  The Council is in the process of finalizing a plan that it will submit to the State requesting economic funds.  Last year it received just under $70 million.
Cerion Enterprises was formed in 2007.  It began operations out of a garage before moving to a small space in the Eastman Business Park.  Now it can expand its manufacturing in a larger building.  “We’ve doubled our capacity, doubled the amount of space that we have here,” said Cerion VP of Manufacturing Doug Singer.