NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 5.27.19

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Plug Power supplying fuel cell engines for 100 electric trucks operated by Germany’s largest courier

“On Tuesday, the Latham-based fuel cell manufacturer announced a new partnership with the German electric vehicle manufacturer StreetScooter. Plug will be supplying hydrogen fuel cell engines to StreetScooter for the production of 100 electric delivery vehicles to be used by Deutsche Post DHL, starting in 2020.”

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MVCC, Herkimer Startup To Use FuzeHub Grant Award To Buy 3D Scanner

“Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC) and Casestry, LLC of Herkimer will use a $35,000 grant to purchase a 3D scanner. The grant will pay for a 3D scanner which will benefit the college’s programs and provide local businesses access to high-tech tools not normally available to them.”

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Hardware Scaleup Expo to Explore What’s Next for New York Cleantech Companies and Manufacturers

“NextCorps and Rev Ithaca Startup Works will hold the first ever Hardware Scaleup Expo Day on June 4, 2019 at the NextCorps Incubator at Sibley Square. The Expo will bring cleantech startups that are participating in the Hardware Scaleup accelerator program together with investors and manufacturers that are committed to supporting a more sustainable future.”

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RIT Venture Creations business incubator adds new companies to client list

“Rochester Institute of Technology’s Venture Creations business incubator has announced the recent inclusion of three new companies to its client list.”

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U.S. Department of Commerce Honors Suburban Syracuse Company with Export Award

“The federal government has honored Air Innovations of Cicero with a 2019 Presidential Award for Export Achievement, also known as the President’s “E” Award for Exports.”

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Eyewear Company Nearly Doubles Manufacturing Space

“M Factory, part of Modo Eyewear, is nearly doubling its manufacturing space in Brooklyn, GlobeSt.com reports. It’s increasing to about 20,000 square feet from 12,500.”

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