Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 01/09/17

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“Buy American” plan revealed in Gov. Cuomo’s State of the State

“Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo outlined a handful of new proposals in his fifth regional State of the State address Wednesday, including a plan that will require state entities to prioritize the purchasing of American-made goods.”
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Food manufacturer Amy’s Kitchen will build a facility in Goshen, NY

“U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer recently announced the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has issued the federal permit that Amy’s Kitchen needs to begin construction on the Goshen, NY site where the food distribution company intends to build its new $95 million, 369,000-square foot meal-manufacturing plant.”
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Regeneron will continue investment in New York

“Regeneron Pharmaceuticals continues to invest in real estate around New York state, reaching an agreement to buy its Westchester County headquarters for $720 million.”
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Binghamton researchers have created a bacteria-powered battery

“The manufacturing technique reduces fabrication time and cost, and the design could revolutionize the use of bio-batteries as a power source in remote, dangerous and resource-limited areas.”
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Efferent Labs partners with Evotec to develop biosensor

“The device, which is injected into a patient or lab animal, contains living cells to measure cellular function in vivo.”
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Buffalo-based international pharmaceutical company will add to its manufacturing facilities

“Athenex will privately fund a major expansion of its manufacturing facility in Newstead, increasing the size of the facility from 18,000 square feet to 40,000 square feet.”
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New York will hold a competition for photonics entrepreneurs

“Businesses in the Rochester area would be able to compete for $10 million — with the winner getting $1 million — as part of a state proposal to attract new companies to the field of photonics.”
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NYC-based manufacturer builds a new lens-making facility in the Hudson Valley

“Warby Parker, the socially conscious designer eyewear company, is officially opening its first ever fully-owned optical lab in Sloatsburg.”
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Mohawk Valley economic development agency seeks manufacturers for Oneida County business park

“Since taking office a decade ago, Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente Jr. has made sure to take more of an interest in maintaining the Oneida County Business Park in Whitestown.”
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Saab Defense and Security will move research and production from Pennsylvania to New York

“Saab will move the headquarters for its North American defense company, Saab Defense and Security USA, to East Syracuse and bring 260 new high-tech jobs to Onondaga County.”
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