NYS Manufacturing and Tech News Week of 5.13.19

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Tesla Has Begun Manufacturing New, Non-solar Products in Buffalo as Headcount Reaches 730

“Tesla Inc. announced Wednesday that it has added a new manufacturing line in Buffalo that will support its V3 Supercharger stations. The line will assemble electrical components for the newest version of the company’s electric charging stations; a network that is expanding across the country.”

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Two New CNY Businesses to Bring Dozens of Jobs to the Area

“The two projects represent a more than $20 million investment in the region.”

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North Country Finds the Recipe for Manufacturing Success

“Plattsburgh focuses on strong manufacturers in the Montreal area and has become an international stop for rail, road and aerospace industries.”

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New Technology Hub Rises From Former Harlem Bread Factory

“Situated on the site of the former Taystee bread bakery, the ground-up development will be a tech-enabled space that can accommodate a range of tenants, from life sciences to creative TAMI and academic users.”

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Could This Be Buffalo’s First Tech Goliath?

“When ACV Auctions goes public, which it expects to do within the next two to three years, it will test the hypothesis that a breakout startup could transform the economy here.”

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