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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 10.21.19

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Cree starts making wafers at SUNY Poly in Albany
“Cree Inc. has made its first test wafers at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Albany as part of the manufacturer’s planned $1 billion investment in upstate New York.”
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Empire State Development Announces 101 Companies From Around the World Apply for Round III of the Luminate NY Accelerator
“This month the accelerator’s management team and global advisory board will select up to 25 semi-finalists from the pool of applicants.”
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LIC-Based Non-Profit For Young Adults With Autism Expands to Manhattan
“Luv Michael will operate a 3,000 square foot, state-of-the-art commercial space in its new Manhattan location and granola makers will train and work five days a week until they are ready to take part in the manufacturing process.”
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Long Island candy maker plans $5 million expansion
“A Long Island manufacturer of chocolate-covered raisins and cherries, fruit slices, malt balls and other confections is planning its third building expansion since 2015.”
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Old World Provisions in Troy building $4 million addition
“Old World Provisions Inc. will build a $4 million addition at its meat processing plant off Campbell Avenue in Troy and expects to hire nearly 100 workers over the next three years.”
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