Super Sweep, Inc. Expands Long Island, New York, Manufacturing Plant
With increased demand for its products, Super Sweep has outgrown its three facilities, totaling 4,900 square feet, in Deer Park. In the new location, the company will consolidate all of its operations under one roof.
According to the Governor’s Office, this expansion will allow Super Sweep to manufacture all components of its product line in-house and store larger quantities of inventory to meet growing market demands. The company was formed in 1998 on Long Island to provide high-quality, resilient brooms to the construction and maintenance industries.
Michael Margolin, President/CEO/Founder of Super Sweep, Inc., said: “We are very excited about this opportunity to grow our company here on Long Island, where we started and have received such tremendous community support over the years. We’d like to thank Governor Cuomo and his team at Empire State Development for all the assistance they have provided us in making this expansion happen.”
“The success of homegrown companies like Super Sweep is proof of the resurgent strength of Long Island’s economy,” said Governor Andrew Cuomo. “I’m proud that our administration is helping small businesses like Super Sweep thrive and take on new opportunities for growth, and I look forward to seeing them continue to create more jobs in the days to come.”
Howard Zemsky, President/CEO/Commissioner of Empire State Development, said, “Small businesses like Super Sweep are the backbone of the state’s economy, accounting for 43 percent of New York’s private sector jobs. Under Governor Cuomo’s leadership, entrepreneurs in New York have opportunities and support to grow their small, local businesses into large regional companies.”
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