Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 09/23/16

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Brooklyn Army Terminal will boost growing food manufacturers

Last month, the City’s Economic Development Corporation announced that it has designated the 55,000 square foot Brooklyn Army Terminal (BAT) Annex building as a space for 10 growing food manufacturing companies, and that it expects four new companies to move in by the end of the year.
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Plattsburgh, New York will be new home for Norsk manufacturing facility

Norsk Titanium AS, the world’s pioneering supplier of aerospace-grade, additive manufactured, structural titanium components today announced that its subsidiary, Norsk Titanium US Inc., is opening a nearly 70,000 sq ft production and training facility in Q4 2016.

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New Cummins engine produced in Jamestown, NY will exceed EPA standards

Cummins Inc. will unveil its new line of heavy-duty truck engines Thursday, to be produced at its Engine Plant near Jamestown in the Southern Tier.

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Hill-Rom contributes to job growth in Central New York

Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: HRC), a global medical technology company, today announced its commitment to add over 100 new jobs at its Welch Allyn subsidiary’s facilities in Skaneateles Falls, NY. The commitment, which will bring additional manufacturing, marketing and research and development jobs to the area, comes one year after Hill-Rom acquired Welch Allyn, which is based in Central New York and has maintained a significant presence here for more than 100 years.
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Oswego, NY high school program prepares students for manufacturing and engineering careers

This specialty class focusing on recycling is a cornerstone of the Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH). It’s a six-year program focusing on technology and engineering where incoming freshmen from any of Oswego County’s nine school districts can graduate with a high school diploma and Associate in Applied Science Degree from Onondaga Community College.
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Albany Business Review event highlights the most valuable skills in the manufacturing field

It is not about math. And you don’t have to be a whiz at programming machines. The ideal manufacturing workers find ways to make equipment run faster and more efficiently. They have strong communication skills and work well in a team.
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