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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 7/23/18

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Reed’s fourth annual Manufacturing Summit biggest yet
“More than 125 attended U.S. Rep. Tom Reed’s fourth annual Manufacturing Summit Friday at Alfred State’s Lake Lodge. It was the largest gathering for a manufacturing summit, an aide to the Corning Republican said.”
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Awards promote life sciences research and industry partnerships in NY
“The one-year grants are given to faculty in life sciences fields – including biomedical engineering, agriculture, veterinary medicine, medicine and pharmacology – who partner with a New York state industry for biotechnology research and product development.”
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Battery power promises to re-energize Endicott manufacturing
“’Why New York? Why not New York?’ he responded when asked about his robust plan to expand his locate his manufacturing hub in Endicott.”
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50 Years of Armstrong Rapid Manufacturing
“For a family business in Syracuse, NY, 1968 would mark the beginning of legacy as a leading manufacturing supplier to some of the biggest companies in the world.”
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Grant critical to TTA expansion
“A $400,000 state block grant to the City of Hornell will be used to support an expansion at TTA Systems LLC, enabling the company to assemble high-speed rail car trucks and create 30 new full-time jobs targeted to hard-to-place workers.”
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Training programs set to begin in September at Northland center
“Construction on the new Northland Workforce Training Center is almost complete, with empty rooms soon to be filled with teachers and equipment to prepare eager students to become welders, machinists, electricians and technicians.”
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  1. It is so important to keep up on the trends when it comes to manufacturing. Trends could alert you to any innovations that have been made that could help the manufacturing process be even more efficient.

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