Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 03/27/17

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New York State to spend $215 million on future home of German company creating 300 jobs for Utica area

“The state of New York is spending $215 million on a SUNY Poly building that is to house a power-chip packaging business that promises to create at least 300 jobs.”
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“Shark Tank” winner to expand Long Island business

“Vengo, a “Shark Tank” winner, has a new Bethpage home, where it is already expanding, officials said.”
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Clarkson University opens manufacturing incubator

“Clarkson University is working to help start-up companies get their feet off the ground.”
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Akoustis Technologies to make new home in Canandaigua, creating 214 local jobs

“A North Carolina company is planning to bring operations to Canandaigua, and with that expansion, create 214 jobs locally.”
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Luminati in deal to purchase 2,300-acre Enterprise Park at Calverton that would bring back aerospace jobs and manufacturing to Long Island

“Luminati Aerospace has signed a letter of intent to acquire the Town of Riverhead’s 2,300-acre Enterprise Park at Calverton for about $40 million.”
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Syracuse firm buys Penta Engineering

“Penta Engineering PA, a full-service firm with operations in Winston-Salem and Charlotte, has been sold to Syracuse firm O’Brien & Gere.”
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Binghamton University authorized to research industrial hemp

“Binghamton University will now join three other state colleges in conducting research on industrial hemp, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday.”
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An inside look at Harbec manufacturing plant

“Meeting the needs of today without compromising the future. That’s the goal of one local manufacturing company.”
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