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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 4.27.20

Zachary Sauro FuzeHub Blog 0 Comments

Grants Fund COVID-19 Efforts

“FuzeHub’s COVID-19 Manufacturing Grants program was created to help New York State-based, small- to medium-sized manufacturing companies quickly accelerate production of personal protective equipment and respiratory care equipment.”

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Local manufacturing company putting their skills to the test for those on the frontlines

“Ward Apparatus is a local manufacturing company, that is helping those on the frontlines by producing tools to keep them safe. Serving a high demand for personal protection equipment, Ward Apparatus is partnering with companies based out of Syracuse to mass-produce face shields.”

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This electronics manufacturing company changed its operations to make medical supplies

“Electronics manufacturing company Adafruit is putting its 50,000-square-foot factory in New York City to use for coronavirus crisis relief by building medical devices and PPE.”

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Spirit of innovation keeps some manufacturers humming

“Right now all eyes are on health care and the COVID-19 pandemic. But behind the scenes, area manufacturers are staying open and remaining relevant by making connections, working together and helping others in need.”

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EDC Teams up with Brooklyn-Based Garment Manufacturers to Produce Isolation Gowns

“The New York City Economic Development Corporation is partnering with 40 garment manufactures in the city, including 16 Brooklyn-based businesses to produce Personal Protective Gear (PPE), including 300,000 isolation gowns and face shields for city hospitals.”

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