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NYS Manufacturing Round Up Week of 12/1/2017

Biochar plant gets a reaction
“General Electric’s old dewatering plant for its completed Hudson River dredging project has been suggested as a site for developers who want to turn waste into fertilizer.”
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Gillibrand introduces bill to promote ‘maker’ education
“Statistics show that through 2025, an estimated 2 million manufacturing jobs could go unfilled because of a lack of skilled workers.”
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Corning Adding Jobs to Manufacture New Valor Glass in New York
“The new jobs will be located at the Corning Innovation Support Center (CISC) in Big Flats and at Corning’s Research and Development Facility at Sullivan Park in Erwin.”
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FuzeHub commercial competition shows creative minds at work in business world
“Seventeen entrepreneurs from across New York state gathered at the Hilton Albany, each to share their ideas in front of an audience with the hope of receiving one of five $50,000 awards.”
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Proposed scheduling rules could put New York manufacturers at disadvantage
“The vice president of Confer Plastics Inc. in North Tonawanda said the rule, which requires employers to pay workers for certain schedule changes, could cost the manufacturer when it comes to snowstorms or equipment breakdowns.”
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Toptica Opens New US Headquarters
“Toptica Photonics Inc. has opened its new U.S corporate headquarters and state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Farmington, New York.”
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Quebec Company Formally Opens Expanded Plattsburgh Assembly Plant, Plans to Add 84 New Jobs
“Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the grand opening of B3CG Interconnect’s new assembly plant in Plattsburgh in Clinton County.”
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