Albany Business Review Empire Specialty Cheese, a manufacturer of ricotta and mozzarella, is investing $6.4 million to move and expand its production plant in upstate
Additive Manufacturing continues to grow in areas that are simply amazing. The medical industry continues to find ways to amaze with 3-D printing technology. A company in the UK, Fripp Design and Research, partnered with the University of Sheffield and The Wellcome Trust,( 3-D Printing Noses) has pioneered the printing of cosmetic features, like noses and ears. The company uses the synthetic laser sintering process ( See my blog: Synthetic Laser Sintering) to print noses (and other soft tissue appendages), using scans from the patient to determine mounting points, and designing the appendage to the customer’s preferences.
Empire State Development REDC award allows NOHMs to launch at Eastman Park Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced on October 3 that NOHMs Technologies Inc. is
Huffington Post Manufacturing today is no longer the dirty, dark, and dangerous world it may have been during the early years of American industry. Indeed,
More manufacturing is coming back to the United States – and that’s good news for the Empire State. The percentage of New Yorkers working in factories has declined over the years, but manufacturing jobs pay higher average wages than non-manufacturing work, especially upstate. Greater incomes aren’t the only benefits to New York communities, however. Manufacturing also encourages innovation, promotes workforce development, and uses natural resources wisely.
Frost and Sullivan, the global market guru, suggests that Contract Bio-Manufacturing is likely to grow at a CAGR of 60% between now and 2019. The