NYS Manufacturing & Tech News, pile of newspapers in background

NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 8.31.20

Zachary Sauro FuzeHub Blog 0 Comments

 

3 Mohawk Valley Firms Start Producing COVID-19-Related Equipment to Support In-State Needs

“Three Mohawk Valley manufacturers are among 12 New York companies that have recently received support from New York State to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Read more

Cooling clothing: New technology flexes while frozen

“A UB engineering professor has teamed up with two Buffalo companies to create technology that can enhance physical and mental endurance by helping prevent overheating in endurance athletes, occupational workers and people with chronic illnesses.”

Read more

Small CNY firm lands contract to help nation’s largest school district return to class

“HealthWay Family of Brands, of Pulaski, will supply 10,000 portable air purifiers that will be installed in New York City public schools to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus when students and teachers return this month.”

Read more

GlobalFoundries’ Advanced Semiconductor Fab In Upstate New York Is An Unexpected Link In Global Supply Chains

“As you drive through the farmland of the Hudson River Valley in upstate New York, the last thing you expect is to find a factory that is a key link in many global supply chains. Yet GlobalFoundries’ Fab 8 in Malta, NY is testimony to the complexity of the network that many firms employ to deliver all kinds of products to consumers’ doorsteps.”

Read more

How Pratt Center’s Made in NYC is Helping Local Businesses Survive COVID-19

“Many manufacturers redirected their production to meet the needs of their communities, including in providing PPE, retaining jobs, and bolstering the local economy. Made in NYC (MINYC), an initiative of the Pratt Center for Community Development, has rapidly responded to support these small businesses by creating resources, facilitating access to financial aid and other assistance…”

Read more

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *