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Stephon Starrantino

Vice President

JGB Enterprises Inc

HQ Phone:  (315) 451-2770

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JGB Enterprises Inc

115 Metropolitan Drive

Liverpool, New York,13088

United States

Company Description

JGB Properties is a real estate investment and development firm. We are headquartered in Syracuse, NY and maintain a management office in Richfield Springs, NY. We have a wide range of residential and commercial properties for sale, for lease and under devel...more

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Not Just a Hose Company - Current News at JGB Enterprises, Inc.

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That contract places the company on the cusp of getting other large government contracts for water- and fuel-distribution systems, said Stephon Starrantino, JGB vice president.
"The scope of experience that we're getting on this contract will really put us in a great position with the government to bid on more comprehensive contracts," he said. About 80 percent of JGB's work serves the military. Twenty years ago, most of the company's work was in building hoses and fittings for companies such as Bristol-Myers Squibb, Carrier Corp., Chrysler and Kodak, Starrantino said. In 1981, company founder Jay Bernhardt recognized that JGB's high standards could help it win government contracts that set strict standards for product quality, Starrantino said. Sales in the last four years grew about $25 million, and the company is on track to earn $65 million in sales this year, Starrantino said. "In the war effort, our capabilities have been called on," he said. The company supplied to New Orleans two washer-dryer systems that normally serve troops in the field to meet the laundry requirements of people living in civilian camps following Hurricane Katrina, Starrantino said.


Company sour on refusal of grant - Current News at JGB Enterprises, Inc.

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Company Vice President Stephon Starrantino said he thinks the state rejected the request because the company announced the expansion first.
Starrantino wondered how the state would know whether the company needed the money. The company didn't disclose its finances in the half-hour talk with state officials it had Oct. 13, he said. "It's a bad excuse," Starrantino said. The company plans to go forward with the expansion, even without the state's help, Starrantino said. The whole incident, however, leads him to believe the state is moving its focus away from helping manufacturers, he said. J.G.B. gets monthly phone calls from economic development officials in Georgia and Virginia encouraging the company to move to those states, he said. The company doesn't want to move, Starrantino said.


Central New York's war economy - Current News at JGB Enterprises, Inc.

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The company processes thousands of military contracts each year for hoses, said Vice President Stephon Starrantino.
Although the number is large, the dollar amount of each contract is relatively small, he said. Its largest military contract so far is for a $40 million project to make a water system that can be used in the combat theater, he said. Even though the military contributes about $50 million a year in sales, compared with $20 million for civilian customers, Starrantino said the company doesn't want to depend solely on government contracts.


JGB Enterprises facilitates growth with military contracts - Current News at JGB Enterprises, Inc.

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"We have varied products in both the commercial and military lines," says Stephon Starrantino, executive vice president in charge of operations.
Starrantino says that JGB Enterprises is also looking for more sub-assembly contracts and plans to increase internal capacity for manufacturing. During the assembly of hose, however, the equipment is not as important as the people, because it is a very knowledge-based industry, Starrantino explains. Stephon Starrantino Executive Vice President Company officers: Jay Bernhardt, CEO owner; Robert Zywicki, president; Stephon Starrantino, executive vice president of operations


JGB has a role in country's defense - Current News at JGB Enterprises, Inc. - Military Business Operation

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A key to our growth on the sales end is Stephon Starrantino, the vice president of sales.


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