NYS Manufacturing and Tech News Week of 6/25/18

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Matchmaking for local manufacturers
“New technologies are not one size fits all. That’s what Marilyn Freeman told local manufacturers at a FuzeHub solutions forum held at Clinton Community College’s Institute for Advanced Manufacturing.”
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Groundwork underway for Athenex $200M manufacturing plant in upstate New York
“Athenex, a Buffalo-based biotech, has begun site preparation for its $200 million manufacturing facility in Dunkirk, New York.”
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Why these lingerie designers still manufacture in NYC
“Orzeck and Epstein know they could make more money moving their production overseas but say there are many other reasons for keeping the business here. From quality control to keeping so many local people employed.”
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Elmira Heights manufacturer looking to fill 100+ jobs
“The new employees will be brought on to finish construction of rail cars for Boston, Massachusetts, but they’ll also help CAF USA get started on another order.”
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Inside Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Massive Expansion Plan Underway
“This effort, the Brooklyn Navy Yard attests, is going to be the largest manufacturing expansion in New York City in more than a century.”
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County Seeks Funding for Agriculture Businesses, Startups
“Montgomery County is seeking funds for their second round of the county’s Agriculture Microenterprise Program through the New York State Division of Homes and Community Renewal’s Community Development Block Grant Microenterprise Program after its first success.”
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Hood completes $36 million expansion of Central New York milk plant
“HP Hood has completed a $36 million expansion that the company says will create 25 new jobs at its milk processing facility in Oneida.”
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Vacant American Axle plant gets new life making green construction equipment
“A company specializing in making lithium-ion battery packs and electric drive systems for heavy construction machinery is bringing manufacturing back to the vacant American Axle & Manufacturing facility on Buffalo’s East Side with more than $7 million in public and private financing.”
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