New York State Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 01/30/17

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Low cost power for manufacturers in Western NY

“Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Tuesday announced the New York Power Authority board of trustees has approved allocations of low-cost hydropower to manufacturers in Niagara County and St. Lawrence County.”
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Student engineers launch Allegany County bicycle manufacturer to national recognition

“Over the last decade, several Alfred State engineering students have lent their skills and know-how to The Bicycle Man, LLC, a full-service bicycle and recumbent bike shop in Alfred Station.”
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MTA bus production will take place in Jamestown, NY facility

“On Thursday, state, county, city and local elected representatives welcomed New Flyer officials to Jamestown at their new production facility at 254 Fluvanna Ave., which was the former location of the Fluvanna Quality Markets.”
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Cornell high-pressure processor has a future in food industry manufacturing

“Cornell food scientists are putting the squeeze on the microorganisms that spoil food and make people sick.”
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Apparel manufacturer will stay in NYC garment district

“Women’s clothing manufacturer Mystic Inc. is expanding its office footprint in the Garment District, by renewing a lease and taking an extra 5,600 square feet at 463 Seventh Avenue.”
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Lockheed Martin increases contracts for radar production in NY

“The Salina plant of Lockheed Martin Corp. has produced the 100th AN/TPQ-53 radar system under its contract for the equipment with the U.S. Army.”
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Tire manufacturer will grow capacity of its Tonawanda plant

“Sumitomo Rubber Industries plans to invest $87 million over the next three years, increasing its tire making capacity at its Town of Tonawanda plant.”
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NYC-based packaging manufacturer to be acquired in $2.3 billion deal

“A New York City-based specialty print packaging manufacturer has reached an agreement to be acquired.”
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Niskayuna battery manufacturer is growing its facility and jobs

“Environment One Corp. will expand its Balltown Road factory by tens of thousands of square feet and create scores of new jobs over the next five years as it begins contract production of a new battery for electrical utilities.”
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