Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 07/10/17

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On New York’s 50% Renewable Energy Goal, Things Just Got Real

“New York took a big step down that road last week when the state released its first call for projects under the new 50% goal, soliciting 2.5 million MWh of renewable energy generation.”

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Albany Engineering and Mavel sign agreement to supply equipment to four hydroelectric plants

“Albany Engineering Corp. (AEC) and Mavel a.s. have signed a joint manufacturing and supply agreement regarding new generating equipment for four hydroelectric plants on the Hudson River in New York.”

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Tenney: Military should buy from Upstate NY firm, America’s last flatware maker

“Every member of the U.S. military could soon be eating with forks, knives and other stainless steel utensils made by America’s last flatware maker, Sherrill Manufacturing in Central New York.”

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Wireless equipment maker JMA completes expansion in Clay, adds 288 jobs

“Clay, N.Y. — JMA Wireless, a maker of wireless communications equipment, has completed a $34 million expansion that has created 288 new full-time jobs at its world headquarters in Clay.”

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Panasonic Already Hiring For Riverbend Factory

“BUFFALO, N.Y. – A representative for Panasonic confirmed Tuesday that the company has already started hiring for positions at the massive South Buffalo solar manufacturing factory, where production is expected to begin at some point this summer.”

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Editorial: Northland project aims to revive a whole neighborhood

“The center is a joint venture of Alfred State College, Erie Community College and SUNY Buffalo State. It is scheduled to open by September 2018 and will train workers in advanced manufacturing jobs in concert with Buffalo Manufacturing Works.”

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AMPrint Center receives first liquid metal 3-D printer from Vader

“Rochester Institute of Technology’s AMPrint Center received the first liquid metal 3-D printer from Buffalo-based Vader Systems LLC last month.”

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Gov. Cuomo sees lucrative future in hemp; signs bill at Cornell to accelerate industry in New York

“At Cornell University on Wednesday, Cuomo signed a bill designed to make New York a national leader in growing and manufacturing industrial hemp.”

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Institute for Advanced Manufacturing nears completion

“Clinton Community College officials took a symbolic step forward Wednesday morning with the new Institute for Advanced Manufacturing.”

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Dairy Processor HP Hood Repurposes Dairy Plant in Batavia, New York

“HP Hood will invest more than $200 million over several years and create 230 new jobs in New York State over five years.”

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