Sydor Optics Recognized by INC 5000 for Fifth Year

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Sydor Optics has been named to INC 5000’s list of the nation’s fastest-growing private firms, ranked at number 2359. Located in Rochester, NY, Sydor Optics’ growth contributes to Rochester’s recognition by Fortune Magazine as one of the Top 10 Cities for new job creation.

For the fifth year in a row Sydor Optics has been named to INC 5000’s list of the nation’s fastest-growing private firms, ranked at number 2359. Located in Rochester, NY, Sydor Optics’ growth contributes to Rochester’s recognition by Fortune Magazine as one of the Top 10 Cities for new job creation.

“Our growth is driven by our customers. Optics is central to technology advances in every industry. Manufacturing is alive and well in America and we’re pleased to be building a workforce that can compete on a global scale,” states James Sydor, President of Sydor Optics.

Optics manufactured by Sydor Optics include: precision glass wafers, windows, colored glass filters, mirrors and plate beamsplitters and are used in applications from 3D movie production to debris shields to microfluidics.

“My father founded this company on optics to advance astronomy. Today’s innovation will come from biomedical and consumer advances and I’m pleased to be a part of them,” explains Sydor.

Founded in 1964, Sydor Optics is a precision optics manufacturer based in Rochester, NY producing precision, flat-surfaced, parallel & wedged optics. Sydor Optics specializes in double-sided grinding and polishing of optics. Products include: colored glass filters, glass wafers, lightpipes, machined glass components, mirrors, optical flats, plate beamsplitters, prisms, wedges and windows. For more information, visit http://www.sydor.com.

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