NYS Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 02/20/17

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Buffalo Manufacturing Works will broaden regional impact

“Buffalo Manufacturing Works could be headed to a new home – and a bigger role in helping the region’s companies become more innovative and more productive.”

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State of Manufacturing Tour kicks off

“The 2017 State of Manufacturing Tour launches today in Austin, Texas! This is manufacturers’ moment to tell our story and leverage the national enthusiasm for our industry.”

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New jobs projected for Western NY through START-UP NY manufacturing companies

“Buffalo is making big strides in the job market once again. This time it’s with the continued investment and growth by businesses that are expanding into or locating to New York State.”

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Amy’s Foods breaks ground on production facility in NY’s Hudson Valley

“Organic and frozen food giant Amy’s Kitchen has begun work on a $95 million manufacturing plant and distribution center in rural New York state.”

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Beverage manufacturers expand with retail sites

“Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the number of craft beverage manufacturers operating off-site branch stores has increased to 105 locations in 35 counties across New York.”

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Capital Region business incubator names new executive director

“The downtown Troy, New York, incubator offers manufacturing and office space to startups, as well as access to welding machines and 3-D printers.”

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RIT and Markin Tubing collaboration will support advances in automotive industry

“Rochester Institute of Technology’s Center of Excellence in Advanced & Sustainable Manufacturing is teaming up with Wyoming County-based Markin Tubing, a dba of Markin Tubing Disc Corp., to better service the automotive industry, officials said.”

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NYC-based 3D printing manufacturer offers new framework for business collaboration

“It’s only been a month since Brooklyn-based startup Voodoo Manufacturing, one of the biggest high-volume 3D printing factories in the state of New York, announced that it had received $1.4 million in seed funding from investment company KPCB Edge, and that it had joined the Winter 2017 batch for startup investment firm Y Combinator.”

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Ireland-based battery manufacturer grows research efforts in NY

“Ireland-based NEST iON Limited will expand its operations for the first time with a new research and development facility in Rochester, New York.”

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North Country organizations to hold networking event for prospective small businesses, manufacturers

“The event is targeted at promoting the many resources that are available to local businesses as they work to advance their companies or grow into new markets.”

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NYC baby-product manufacturer Skip-Hop bought for $140 million

“Atlanta-based Carter’s (NYSE: CRI) said the deal also includes a potential future payment of up to $10 million depending on the company hitting certain fiscal targets in 2017.”

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