Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 12/19/16

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Rochester manufacturer Empire Precision Plastics makes a new acquisition

“Founded in 1992, Empire Precision provides product development, prototyping and component assembly as well as injection molding services.”

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RPI will strengthen research in national institute to advance biopharmaceutical manufacturing

“Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute will be part of a new $200 million public-private partnership to advance U.S. leadership in biopharmaceuticals.

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Demand grows for Oneida County manufacturer Sherill

“On an average day mid-year, Sherrill Manufacturing fills 10 orders for its Liberty Tabletop. For the holidays, they’re filling up to 200 orders a day.”

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New York pledges support to Mohawk Valley nanotechnology development

“New York State says it “remains optimistic” about chip-packaging operations starting at Quad-C next year in collaboration with General Electric (GE) Global Research and its partners, as part of the New York Power Electronics Manufacturing Consortium (NY-PEMC).”

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Buffalo advanced manufacturing workforce center slated to open in 2018

“The Empire State Development office has announced a non-profit consortium will operate the $44 million, 35-acre Western New York Workforce Training Center (WTC) entering its final phases of development.”

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Brooklyn Navy Yard expansion is given critical financing by NYC Regional Center

“The New York City Regional Center (“NYCRC”) is pleased to announce the repayment of its $60 million EB-5 loan used to assist the continued redevelopment of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, New York City’s largest industrial park.”

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A variety of businesses in the Jamestown, NY manufacturing corridor

“The Post-Journal contacted a few of the businesses located along the heart of the city’s manufacturing corridor to discover a little more about what they do. Information from Artone, Bush Industries, Colecraft and TitanX are included in this story.”

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