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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 5.4.20

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New York governor outlines reopening plan with construction, manufacturing first

“Cuomo said construction, manufacturing and select retail shops could open in a first phase of reopening, followed by a second phase that would include finance, administrative support and real estate and rental leasing industries.”

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Cohoes-based company accelerates production of ventilators and N95 respirators

“FuzeHub, the statewide center for the New York Manufacturing Extension Partnership, recently awarded $100,000 to Cohoes-based Precision Valve & Automation through its COVID-19 Manufacturing Grants program.”

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Northeastern Association of the Blind shifts production to personal protective equipment

“The Northeastern Association of the Blind at Albany has retooled production, making masks to help slow the spread of coronavirus among New Yorkers.”

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Brooklyn Company Awarded $100,000 to Increase Production of its Innovative, Affordable Bridge Ventilators

“Headquartered out of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, the Emergency Ventilator Response group aka Spiro Devices is ramping up production of its new and innovative Spiro Wave ventilator, thanks to a $100,000 FuzeHub grant.”

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A Family Business Survived One Pandemic. It’s Determined to Do It Again.

“A small Buffalo manufacturer has had to trim its staff and spending. But its fourth-generation owner says: ‘We will take care of everybody.’”

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FuzeHub Awards $20,000 Grant to Pine Ridge Industries to Ramp Up Manufacturing to Fight COVID-19

“FuzeHub, the statewide New York Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NY MEP) center, announced it has awarded $20,000 in grant funding to Pine Ridge Industries, a contract manufacturer and division of Schenectady ARC, to help it expand and accelerate its manufacturing of components that are critical to essential supplies used in the fight against the novel coronavirus.”

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FuzeHub Awards $10,000 Grant to Innosek to Ramp Up Manufacturing of Face Shields to Fight COVID-19

“FuzeHub, the statewide center for the New York Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NY MEP), has awarded about $10,000 in grant funding to Innosek, a Western New York-based advanced manufacturing company, to help it expand and accelerate its production of face shields, which are urgently needed to combat the spread of COVID-19.”

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