Chamber recognizes Human Technologies


Rome Area Chamber of Commerce has selected Human Technologies as its Business of the Week. The company, a social enterprise with a mission to create employment for people with disabilities, was established in 1954 and is headquartered In Utica. It employs more than 330 people in four states and generated over $70 million in revenues in 2020 from sales of their products and services.

Human Technologies operates five main lines of business including: Environmental Services, Facilities Management, Manufacturing and Packaging, Supply Chain/3PL services, and Uniforms and Apparel Management Services, the chamber said.

The company has a large and diverse customer base and serves federal, state and commercial markets. Recent awards include a $22 million, 11-year contract with Oneida County to provide custodial and environmental services at 17 county sites, and a $200 million five-year contract to provide supply chain and freight logistics management services to the U.S. Department of State’s diplomatic security, international law enforcement, and political/military operations groups.

Projects have included everything from procuring and kitting security equipment and supplies to embassies around the world, to assembling and shipping fully-outfitted surgical field hospitals to Senegal, Chad, and Mongolia. Its Industrial Sewing department manufactures products for the Department of Defense, their Uniform and Apparel Management Services group provides uniforms to the entire Department of Agriculture, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and several other state forest services.

The company is always looking for new employees in all lines of business, and encourages interested individuals to visit their website at to find out more about the company and apply for open positions.


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