UTICA, N.Y. -- A Southern Tier technology company is selling off its assets next month as a part of bankruptcy proceedings.
Endicott Interconnect has been in financial trouble for years; they've laid off hundreds of workers and gone through multiple restructurings.
A hearing in federal bankruptcy court in Utica established rules Tuesday to sell the company. Bids will be due September 19th. Any objections will need to be in by September 26 and Endicott Interconnect will be sold that day.
Parts of the company could go to different bidders, but the company says their goal is to keep their facilities running by the end of their bankruptcy.