Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 03/20/17

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OFD Foods LLC announces plan to build $25 million facility in Henrietta

“A leading supplier of freeze-dried food to the U.S. Military plans to build a $25 million, 50,000-square-foot facility in Henrietta. The move is expected to add 30 local full-time jobs.”

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Handcrafted tiki boat manufacturer finds home in Colonie

“The purchase of an expensive toy last summer turned into a new business for local entrepreneur Larry Davis.  Davis, whose varied holdings include the Rensselaer-based tech firm CommSoft, in June launched the area’s first floating, motorized tiki bar, keeping it at his Lake George camp.”

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Reverie to expand U.S. production and creativity with Innovation Center in Buffalo

“Reverie, a supplier of adjustable beds, mattresses and pillows with headquarters in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, will open a facility in Buffalo, New York, on May 1 called the Innovation Center.”

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Vacant building in Buffalo will be transformed into incubator space for four startups

“The former Linde Air Manufacturing complex on Chandler Street is set to become an incubator for companies that are part of the Start-Up NY tax incentive program.”

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Governor Cuomo to make major announcement regarding SUNY Poly and GE collaboration

“A company called Danfoss Silicon Power GmbH signed a memorandum of understanding nearly a year ago to operate a power electronics chip packaging facility at SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s Utica campus in partnership with General Electric Co.”

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Binghamton University startup produces compound with uses from biomedical technology to windows

“A startup out of Binghamton University is producing a compound it says could be used in the defense, biomedical, agriculture and window industries.”

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Craft breweries continue to grow on Long Island

“The newest brewery on Long Island gave public tours for the first time last month, just one day after Gov. Andrew Cuomo publicly endorsed the growth of the craft beverage industry.”

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Futureworks NYC encourages hardware startups to apply for incubator program

“The Futureworks NYC incubator is looking for hardware startups.  A project of the New York City Economic Development Corporation, the incubator takes no equity and charges nothing for its services.”

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How Chobani took the yogurt industry by storm

“It took less than four years after its launch in 2007 for Chenango County-based Chobani to emerge as the No. 1 maker of Greek yogurt in the United States.”

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