NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 12.14.20

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Team of Robots To Help Manufacture Overflow Health Care and Quarantine Structures
“A new research effort led by a team at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute aims to improve manufacturing of rapidly deployed structures in order to address future shortages of medical care and quarantine facilities, as well as housing needs following a disaster.”
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Capital Region has most drug manufacturers of any NY region
“A recent study of an FDA database of pharmaceutical companies registered with the agency by the Center for Economic Growth found that the region has 40 drug companies, many of them firms people may have never heard of.”
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Rockland baking company behind Abe’s vegan brand plans Town of Wallkill expansion
“A fast-growing Rockland County maker of all-natural cheesecakes and vegan baked goods is expanding its Orange County outpost just 18 months after opening the Town of Wallkill facility.”
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Sherrill Manufacturing continues to grow, awaits SPOONSS Act boost
“The SPOONSS Act reinstates stainless steel flatware to the list of products the Department of Defense must source from domestic manufacturers under the Berry Amendment. The legislation was first introduced by former Congresswoman Claudia Tenney in 2017.”
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Longtime Falconer Manufacturer Receives IDA Loan Toward MultiMillion-Dollar Expansion Project
“A longtime Chautauqua County manufacturer is getting a financial boost to help pay for a multimillion-dollar improvement project. Construction continued Wednesday on a more than $950,000 expansion project at Rand Machine Products in Falconer.”
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