Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 03/13/17

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Long Island provides markets and quality workers for manufacturing everything from A-Z

“Cookies, surfboards and sophisticated intruder detection devices are products that don’t seem to have much in common. Think again: They are all manufactured on Long Island.”
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“Bean-to-bar” chocolate maker moving entire operation to Brooklyn, NY

“All of its chocolate operations will now be based out of Brooklyn, and focus on wholesale production, with production capacity increasing to $100 million in annual chocolate sales from under $10 million in previous years, according to an article in Fortune.”
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Manufacturing operation coming to Ogdensburg this spring

“Canexsys Networks, Inc. intends to set up a manufacturing operation in the former Newell Manufacturing building.”
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Manufacturers Lobby Day 2017 a success for New York State manufacturers

“Head of Mechanical Rubber in Warwick says he is ‘very optimistic about the future of manufacturing’ in New York”
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New York State manufacturing activity expands again in March

“Manufacturing in New York state expanded for a fifth straight month in March.”
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“Innovation Lecture Series” on advanced manufacturing in Western NY

“What’s next for advanced manufacturers in Western New York? University at Buffalo’s New York State Center of Excellence in Materials Informatics (CMI) and Buffalo Manufacturing Works (BMW) will answer this question and more Thursday at the Innovation Lecture Series, a program presented by UB’s centers of excellence.”
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New distillery destination may take root in Long Island

“It’s now officially known as The Bitter Man Distilling Company, a plan Anthony Gruppuso proposed at Patchogue Village’s Feb. 28 planning board meeting.”
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RIT milestones highlight successes in Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies

“This year marks two major milestones for Rochester Institute of Technology. It is the 25th anniversary of RIT’s Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies program in June, and the Golisano Institute for Sustainability will mark a decade in operation this September.”
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