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Rochester Business Journal
August 30, 2012

Cerion Enterprises LLC has moved to a new building at Eastman Business Park as it expands its manufacturing capabilities to green-energy products, officials announced this week.

Cerion has moved to Building 308, where it has developed a new high-technology chemical facility for green manufacturing and clean technology research.

The company had been located at Building 35, with a primary focus on chemical products.

Cerion Enterprises was formed in June 2009 following the transformation and expansion of predecessor and parent Cerion Energy Inc., founded in 2007.

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