Senator David Carlucci (D-Rockland/Orange) recently met with Cambridge Security Seals President & CEO Elisha Tropper to discuss how to attract more businesses to Rockland County, promote job opportunities, and boost the local economy. The senator toured the Pomona manufacturing company that decided to locate its operation in the Hudson Valley, speak directly with employees, and view its engineering division.
“Since so many of our products have become outsourced over the years, it’s both revealing and refreshing to see a place like Cambridge Security Seals flourish in the local market,” said Carlucci.
Carlucci and Tropper discussed the state of local business in New York and ideas to attract more businesses. Carlucci pointed towards the repeal of the job-killing MTA payroll tax, tax relief measures targeted towards small businesses, and providing veterans with resources to join the workforce.
Cambridge Security Seals (CSS) is a privately-held enterprise headquartered in Pomona, that is one of the leading suppliers of tamper evident, tamper resistant, and high-security loss prevention seals and allied products. The mission of CSS is to provide sound relief for small business owners and corporate executives alike, by preventing shrinkage of inventory and holding individual links of the supply chain accountable—all through the innovative use of security seals. The company runs a 100% domestic manufacturing operation, and serves vital business mechanisms to clients from a local to national scale.