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Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 11/10/17

Manufacturing Round Up  for the Week of 11/10/17
Greek company may bring first U.S. processing plant to Jefferson County
“A Greece-based vegetarian products company may open its first-ever U.S. manufacturing plant Jefferson County, according to officials from Jefferson County Economic Development.”
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Geneseo company seeks $50,000 manufacturing prize
“Verdimine LLC in Geneseo will compete against 15 other companies next month at the two-day Jeff Lawrence Manufacturing Innovation Fund in Albany in November. A total of $250,000 will be awarded to the top presentations.”
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Governor Cuomo Launches New York Green Business Program
“Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today launched the New York Green Business program to formally recognize New York businesses operating sustainably and celebrate businesses that are implementing projects that go above and beyond relevant State laws and regulations to preserve and enhance New York’s environment.”
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Lightning Awards ‘Luminate’ Rochester
“Luminate — the world’s largest optics, photonics and imaging (OPI) accelerator focused on advancing next-generation OPI-enabled companies — announced at their Luminate Lightning Awards ceremony the 10 finalists accepted into their six-month accelerator program.”
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Athenex expects to break ground on large pharma factory in Dunkirk in the first quarter of 2018
“Athenex expects to break ground on its major pharmaceutical factory in Dunkirk by April 2018, kickstarting one of the most ambitious manufacturing projects in Western New York history.”
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De Blasio, Electeds Open Navy Yard Manufacturing Building
“Mayor Bill de Blasio today celebrated the opening of the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Building 77, a one-million-square-foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing building and the largest on the 300-acre industrial campus.”
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Laying down the path to manufacturing jobs
“Middle skills manufacturing jobs don’t require a college degree. But they do require the type of knowledge that many people don’t carry around with them these days — like basic shop math and knowing how to read a blueprint to a grasp of mechanical and electrical principles.”
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At Stony Brook’s CEWIT, Never Too Old To Incubate
“Islandia-based “medical informatics” firm ZyDoc Corp. has been accepted into SBU’s Incubator Program and will move a research-and-development team this month into the university’s Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology.”
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