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Manufacturing Round up for the Week of 10/09/2017

SU student inventors move to the final round of international engineering competition

“An invention by two Syracuse University students is a finalist for the James Dyson Award, an international competition for young engineers.”
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Beacon’s More Good syrups recognized for growth, mission

“More Good was born in the back of Gleason’s restaurant in Peekskill, where Jason Schuler tinkered with syrup recipes in the early morning hours.”
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GlobalFoundries manufacturing center seeking state funding

“A new workforce training and technology testing center that GlobalFoundries wants to locate near its computer chip factory in Saratoga County is in line for state financial assistance.”
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Area students attend Raymond Manufacturing Day

“The Raymond Corporation is grooming its next generation of employees as it prepares for changes in the manufacturing industry. The forklift builder in Greene hosted its 3rd annual Manufacturing Day last week.”
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Kodak alum wins entrepreneur award

“An Eastman Kodak Co. alum and serial entrepreneur has been selected as the 2017 Entrepreneur of the Year by the Rochester Section of the American Chemical Society.”
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Currier Plastics in Auburn plans $9.9M expansion project

“The Auburn plastics manufacturer has applied for a $1.8 million grant and $180,000 in tax credits through the state’s regional economic development council initiative to support its proposed $9.9 million expansion.”
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Nalgene debuts rainbow of colors for water bottles

“Quenching your thirst has never been more colorful. Nalgene Outdoor Products, a unit of Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., has introduced seven new colors to its popular 32-ounce water bottle.”
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Free info session on technical assistance grant for companies

“Business leaders seeking to innovate and grow their companies are invited to learn about a grant program that utilizes the University at Buffalo’s technical expertise.”
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