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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 3.30.20

Zachary Sauro FuzeHub Blog 0 Comments

New York Manufacturing Extension Partnership dealing with pandemic

“As the spread of the Novel Coronavirus continues to disrupt workplaces statewide, the New York Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NY MEP) network remains available to help manufacturers navigate the challenges they face.”

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A ‘Wartime Factory’ in Brooklyn Is Fighting Coronavirus

“The old Navy Yard’s manufacturers, including printers and distillers, have pivoted to making urgently needed face shields and hand sanitizer.”

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FuzeHub Opens Build4Scale NY Fund For Startups, Manufacturers

“FuzeHub announced it has launched a new grant fund as part of its Build4Scale NY initiative.”

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Essential manufacturers operating to help sustain New Yorkers, regional economy

“With New York state’s nonessential business shutdown in effect, the Capital Region’s essential manufacturers are continuing operations to produce needed supplies related to the coronavirus pandemic.”

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Century Mold drops everything to make face shields for local hospitals

“Century Mold is making 2500 masks per day and said Rochester Regional Health has asked for 25,000. They also said some local law enforcement agencies have also asked for masks as well as several hospitals across the country.”

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