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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News Week of 5/7/2018

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Empire State Development: Plesh Contract Packaging expanding operations on Buffalo’s East Side
“Empire State Development announced Plesh Contract Packaging is undergoing a $7 million renovation of its manufacturing plant in Western New York, ensuring the 20 employees currently working at the facility are retained.”
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Presenting the 2018 Manufacturing Award winners
“Business First’s sixth annual Manufacturing Awards honor companies that are making a difference in Western New York through employment, innovation and community involvement.”
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SUNY Poly hires former GlobalFoundries CEO
“Former GlobalFoundries CEO Doug Grose will lead research operations and economic development projects through a new nonprofit at SUNY Polytechnic Institute.”
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ON Semiconductor Rochester assembly, test facility expands manufacturing operation
“ON Semiconductor announced the expansion of its manufacturing facility in Rochester, New York.”
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TST-BOCES is building a new high school for the 21st Century
“Looking toward a future mired in a high tech back in 2013, New York Governor Cuomo announced the start of an ambitious effort to build 16 “schools for the 21st century” across the state, looking to forge public-private partnerships between school districts and employers to prepare thousands of New York high school students for “high-skill” jobs in technology, manufacturing and healthcare.”
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CEO of GlobalFoundries’ parent company visits Malta’s Fab 8 site
“During a rare visit to GlobalFoundries’ Fab 8 site in Malta on Monday, the CEO of the semiconductor manufacturer’s Abu Dhabi-based parent company said billions of dollars are being spent to help develop smaller, faster microchips that are used in products ranging from cell phones and medical devices, to military equipment.”
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Students produce GripM8
“A team of Corning Community College students have created a new device to help senior citizens access to eat more efficiently and help maintain integrity to live at home longer.”
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