NYS Manufacturing and Tech News Week of 12.17.18

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CNY business offers support to craft brewers, wins state grant

“It could be the next big evolution in the growth of New York state’s beer industry: A one-stop shop where small brewers can find help with marketing, sales, distribution, packaging and sourcing ingredients.”

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SUNY Corning Community College to receive $1 million in state funds

“It will also facilitate the establishment of the College’s Center for STEAM Innovation, where equipment will allow the college to explore and expand public-private partnerships with local employers to meet their workforce needs.”

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Buffalo Filter sold to Utica company for $365 million

“Buffalo Filter, which has a medical products manufacturing plant in Lancaster, has been sold to a Utica-based company for $365 million.”

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Regeneron to receive up to $140 million from state toward $800 million expansion

“The pharmaceuticals manufacturer plans to invest $800 million and hire 1,500 people in East Greenbush to increase its production over the next seven years.”

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5 finalists chosen for $3M Genius NY business competition in Syracuse

“Five startup companies involved in the drone industry have been chosen to compete in the third round of the year-long state-funded $3 million Genius NY business competition at the Syracuse Tech Garden.”

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Manufacturers Finding New Sources of Talent

“Still keeping manufacturers up at night is the search for talent; especially workers with specialized skills. This need has driven companies to look outside the regular channels for workers. One organization that is helping to fill that gap is Ability Beyond.”

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  1. “Still keeping manufacturers up at night is the search for talent; especially workers with specialized skills. This need has driven companies to look outside the regular channels for workers.”

    Skilled workers are an important part of the manufacturing industry. It is a constant challenge for companies to find the best people to get the job done!

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