NYS Manufacturing Round Up Week of 1/29/18

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Expansion Plans for Companies Tied to UB and Buff State
“Empire State Development last week announced that 16 businesses will startup, expand or locate in Western New York, partnering with local public colleges and universities to spur economic growth across the state.”
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23 companies selected for Start-Up NY program
“Twenty-three businesses will partner with local colleges and universities to create jobs in upstate New York through Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s highly touted Start-Up NY program.”
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Outside firm buying Gloversville manufacturer Taylor Made
“Taylor Made has more than 1,100 employees in 10 facilities, two of them in Europe. It is headquartered in Gloversville and employs about 450 people at five facilities in Fulton County.”
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Champlain Valley Milling opens high-tech facility
“A far cry from the mills that lined the Boquet River, or those which used true horse power, Champlain Valley Milling unveiled its computerized high-tech facility.”
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 Clarkson professor’s business, Potsdam Sensor, provides cheap way to measure air quality
“In order to learn more about how tiny particles can affect human health, people first need to be able to measure how many there are in the air, not just in labs but in the places they live and work.”
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Amneal expands NY site ahead of Impax merger
“Amneal Pharmaceuticals expects to bring production of some Impax Laboratories’ drugs in-house through a 100,000 sq. ft. expansion at its site in New York state.”
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