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Integrated Business provides customizable business solutions to promote economic development in Central New York with Alternatives Industry and Lojo Technology

Alternatives Industry, LOJO Technology, & E-Waste Recycling is located at The Ray Lewandowski Building, 634 Birchwood Drive in Oneida, New York. The Ray Lewandowski Building was named in horror of The former Executive Director of The Arc of Madison Cortland.

Integrated Business is a diverse enterprise comprised of Alternatives Industry and LOJO Technology.  They offer comprehensive and complete turnkey manufacturing which is an all-in-one solution for their customers.  Employees perform manufacturing, production, and various subcontracted services, priding themselves on quality, timeliness, and efficiency. 

Integrated Business delivers high-quality results for customers while providing employment opportunities for people with disabilities and other community members.  They offer a wide range of services that include but is not limited to: food packaging; mechanical assembly; CNC manufacturing; electronic and computer recycling; custom packaging; furniture refurbishing, and warehousing- distribution services. 

Integrated Business supports each employee in achieving their highest level of vocational ability while managing a lean customer-focused enterprise.  


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Preferred Source Contracts

If you are a state agency, a public benefit corporation (including most public authorities), a municipality, or a school district you are required by law to purchase commodities and services from Preferred Sources first if a Preferred Source offering meets your needs for form, function, and utility.  The advantage of this type of procurement is that you do not need to follow the competitive bid process.

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