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Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 8/14/2017

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ESD Awards Center for Advanced Technology Designation to University at Buffalo

“Empire State Development (ESD) today announced its Division of Science, Technology & Innovation (NYSTAR) has awarded a Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) designation to the University at Buffalo.”

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Moto Fab to move to former MGS plant in Cheektowaga

“Six months after closing its Cheektowaga plant, MGS Manufacturing Group has sold the Walden Avenue facility to a growing Depew manufacturer.”

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How New York stacks up when it comes to aerospace manufacturing

“An educated workforce and strong sales made New York one of the most attractive states in the country for aerospace manufacturing last year.”

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Defense Bill Includes Additive Manufacturing

The upcoming U.S. Department of Defense Authorization Bill includes requirements for the Secretary of Defense to brief the House Committee on Armed Services on its plans for additive manufacturing.

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Sheet metal company in Long Island City is taking its jobs eastward to Nassau County

Delta Sheet Metal has been a fixture in Long Island City for 45 years, but the company is heading to greener pastures in Nassau County.

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State to award $2.4M for new optics manufacturing hub, adding 34 jobs in Henrietta

“An Illinois-based corporation that owns and operates several Rochester-area optics companies plans to consolidate and expand local operations in a new Henrietta facility.”

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AT&T launches high school STEM project

“Finger Lakes STEM Hub, AT&T, Rochester City School District, Rochester Museum and Science Center and Seneca Waterways Council of the Boy Scouts of America recently partnered to pilot Technology and Careers in Rochester Powered by AT&T, a summer science, technology, engineering and mathematics project.”

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Texas solar company wins $1 million, will manufacture in Southern Tier

“A $1 million award, part of a clean energy competition designed to bring jobs and opportunities to New York state and the Southern Tier, was granted to a Texas solar heating company at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Binghamton on Wednesday, the same day the city was designated a Clean Energy Community.”

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