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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 2.1.21

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5 NYS companies to produce COVID-19-related equipment & supplies to support in-state needs
“Nearly $2 million in incentives awarded to manufacturers to provide faster & more secure access to life-saving medical products, create new jobs.”
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Plug Power eyes Genesee County manufacturing park for $264M plant
“Plug Power of Latham is considering a lot in the 1,250-acre Western New York Science and Technology Advance Manufacturing Park, or STAMP, in the Town of Alabama for a $264 million production facility that would create up to 62 full-time jobs.”
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Former SUNY Poly chip fab in Finger Lakes expanding
“A North Carolina startup that bought a Rochester-area semiconductor manufacturing facility from SUNY Polytechnic Institute four years ago is greatly expanding the factory, where it makes radio-frequency chips designed for smart phones and wireless networks.”
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Pine Pharmaceuticals Expands Tonawanda, New York, Production Campus
“Drug outsourcing company Pine Pharmaceuticals tripled the size of its manufacturing complex in the Town of Tonawanda, New York. The company is investing $8.6 million for a 50,000-square-foot addition which will allow it to hire 40 new full-time permanent employees.”
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HVCC prepared for off-shore wind manufacturing workforce demand
“Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s recent announcement that millions of dollars will be invested in off-shore wind projects means that the Capital Region is likely to become a major manufacturing hub for the industry. The state’s investment will mean career opportunities for those with the training and education to meet the demand.”
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