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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 1.27.20

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California company shifting work to Buffalo

“A high-tech, California-based firm will be relocating its R&D and some offices into a portion of the Northland Workforce Training Center complex on the city’s East Side.”

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Hudson Valley Community College Welcomes Gene F. Haas Center

“Hudson Valley Community College recently held a grand opening ceremony for the $14.5 million Gene F. Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills (CAMS). This 37,000-square-foot facility will allow the college to double enrollment from 144 to 288 students in the Advanced Manufacturing Technology A.O.S. degree program—and also meet a high workforce demand for skilled manufacturing employees in the region.”

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Buffalo company makes a good portion of the world’s cold-pressed juice

“Goodnature has been the world leader in cold-press juicers for over 40 years.”

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The state of NYS hemp from a grower’s perspective

“Since the 2018 Farm Bill removed cannabis from the list of Schedule 1 drugs, hemp has become the fastest growing crop in the country. The explosion in popularity has some regional farmers wondering if they should get in on the trend.”

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Kodak signs deals to continue supply of motion picture film

“Eastman Kodak has confirmed reports that it has signed new deals with five major film studios including Disney, NBCUniversal, Paramount, Sony and Warner Bros. Those companies have made a commitment to buy film for the foreseeable future.”

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