NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 1.11.21

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Nation’s first offshore wind tower plant to be built in Albany
“The first offshore wind tower manufacturing facility in the U.S. is set to be constructed in the Port of Albany, Governor Cuomo has announced. Speaking on Tuesday, the Governor said the facility will lead to 500 construction jobs and 300 long-term jobs for highly skilled workers.”
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Dunkirk family-owned ice cream manufacturer receiving $750,000 grant from National Grid
“National Grid announced Monday the money will support a major expansion at Wells Enterprises Inc.’s manufacturing facility. It’s the second-largest ice cream manufacturer in the country.”
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Norsk Titanium supplies titanium AM components for Boeing Dreamliner
“Norsk Titanium US Inc, Plattsburgh, New York, USA, has announced production deliveries of new Boeing 787 Dreamliner components to Leonardo’s Grottaglie Plant, part of Leonardo’s Aerostructures Division, based in southern Italy.”
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Fairport company honored for cancer screening technology
“Just last week, Sanatela Medical employees moved scientific equipment into the company’s new Fairport facility. And on Thursday, the industry group MedTech named Sanatela the newcomer of the year.”
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Innovative Combination of Upper-Room GUV Lights and HEPA Filtration Offers Cost-Effective COVID-19 Control Solution for Hospitals
“The infectious disease solution is provided by AeroMed Technologies (Utica, NY, USA) which offers customized client solutions based on the unique configuration of the hospital or healthcare facility and its specific needs.”
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