Goshen aluminum startup builds Syracuse plant

Pictured during a groundbreaking in Syracuse for Aluminum Insights are, from left, Steve Brenneman, business development, Niles Graber Alvarez, chief financial officer, and Jeff Miller, chief executive officer.

SYRACUSE — A Goshen-based aluminum supplier founded last year is building a multimillion-dollar plant in Syracuse.

Aluminum Insights announced this week a $17.5 million investment in a new aluminum extrusion facility in Syracuse. The company’s equipment will be installed in a 76,000-square-foot building, with 500 kilowatts of rooftop solar panels and eight acres of native grassland and trees surrounding the plant.

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