NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 2.20.23

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REMADE Seeks Technology Proposals for New $20 Million Round of Funding

“The REMADE Institute, a 168-member public-private partnership funded in part by the United States Department of Energy today issued its sixth Request for Proposals. The RFP represents a $20 million investment in the development of technologies that support the nation’s multiple manufacturing and industrial decarbonization goals.”

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Manufacturers get creative about solving worker shortage

“Pfannenberg USA is upbeat about its future. Sales are going strong at its Lancaster operation, which makes thermal-management technologies. The company needs more space for production and is considering expanding. But like so many other manufacturers, Pfannenberg has another issue to cope with: finding enough workers.”

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Buffalo-Based, Family-Owned Rosina Food Products Inc. Celebrates 60 Years of Real Italian Style

“​From its roots as a small, store-front sausage business to international prominence and market leading manufacturer and marketer of frozen meatballs, pasta and eggplant cutlets, Rosina Food Products, Inc. is proud to begin the celebration of its 60th year on March 9, 2023 – appropriately, National Meatball Day.”

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Is the new Rochester Photonics lab still in the works?

“The lab is called AIM Photonics, short for the American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics. It operates out of a former Eastman Kodak Building on Lake Ave in Rochester. The institute on Lake Avenue is one of more than 100 photonics businesses in Rochester. It has another site in Albany.”

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