Manufacturing Industry Specialists
90% Success Rate
CPA certified
  • Two Convenient Location in St. James & Calverton, NY
  • 631-922-4666
Manufacturing Industry Specialists
90% Success Rate
CPA certified

Our Clients

Manufacturing can mean processors, generators, assemblers, refiners, miners and extractors and others. If you fall into any of the mentioned categories or similar, there is a HIGH chance you are overpaying.  Remember, think anyone who makes something, mixes products together to result in final product, assembly of products, processing and more. The umbrella of business type whom is considered a manufacturer is subjective and varies from the town bakery to the industrial manufacturing plant. If you are unsure if your nature of business will qualify, contact us and we will be happy to do a free evaluation.

  • Accessory manufacturing (ex. headbands, jewelry, ties, watches, bags, etc.)
  • Apparel manufacturing including knitting mills, cut & sewing
  • Bakeries
  • Beverage manufacturing including soft drinks, ice, breweries, wineries, distilleries
  • Butchers
  • Cabinetry manufacturing
  • Cement and concrete
  • Chemical manufacturing (Resin, synthetic rubber, fibers filaments, pesticide, fertilizer, agricultural chemicals, paint, coating, adhesive, pharmaceutical and medical, soap cleaning compound, toilet manufacturing, etc.)
  • Computers and electronic products manufacturing
  • Electrical (lighting equipment, household appliance, electrical equipment, etc.)
  • Equipment manufacturing
  • Fabricated metal manufacturing (boiler, tank, shipping container, cutlery & hand tool, forging and stamping, coating and engraving, wires, screw, nut, bolt, etc.)
  • Food, drink, or spice manufacturers of any kind
  • Foot wear manufacturing including rubber & plastics
  • Furniture manufacturing
  • Glass, clay, lime and gypsum product manufacturing
  • Hardware manufacturing
  • Leather manufacturing
  • Machine manufacturing (commercial, agricultural, metal working, air conditioning, ventilation, heating etc.)
  • Medical Equipment & Supplies
  • Paper manufacturing
  • Petroleum and coal products (petroleum refineries, asphalt paving, roofing, etc.)
  • Plastics and rubber manufacturing
  • Printing & related support activities
  • Textile mills
  • Tobacco manufacturing
  • Transportation equipment (motor vehicles and parts such as trailers etc., aerospace, railroad, ship & boat, etc.)
  • Wood production manufacturing (sawmills & wood preservation, veneer, plywood & engineered wood, cabinetry, furniture, etc.)