Manufacturing Round Up for the week of 05/01/17

SolarCity plans to open Buffalo plant “soon after” June

“Perhaps the biggest local news that came from the quarterly report and subsequent call with investors was that the production facility on South Park Avenue will open ‘soon after’ the month of June.”

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Nanotech firm Danfoss Silicon Power begins hiring for its new Marcy, NY facility

“Danfoss Silicon Power has begun posting job openings for its new facility at the Computer Chip Commercialization Center, also called the Quad-C, on the SUNY Polytechnic Institute campus.”

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Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus to hold third annual open house for students in grades 7-12

“The third annual student open house on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. It’s designed to introduce career opportunities to area students in grades 7 through 12.”

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Pasta sauce manufacturer Giovanni Food Co. to relocate to Lysander, New York

“Pasta sauce maker Giovanni Food Co. is relocating its production and other local facilities to the former PaperWorks Industries Inc. plant on Sixty Road in Lysander with help from $1.08 million in state grant and tax credits.”

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East Syracuse receives over $120K in state money to go toward redevelopment

“A fairly large amount of state money is headed to the Village of East Syracuse.”

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Chris Kempner to take over as new assistant director of Stony Brook University’s Business Incubator at Calverton

“Stony Brook University’s Business Incubator at Calverton has a new head honcho.”

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Jehuu Caulcrick takes on role as Director of Industrial Services for the Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier

“The Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier is proud to announce that Jehuu Caulcrick is taking on a dual role of serving as the Director of Industrial Services for the Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier and as the Dream It Do It Coordinator in Chautauqua County.”

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Espey Manufacturing, an electrical equipment manufacturer in Saratoga Springs, plans $5.3 million expansion

“Espey Mfg. of Saratoga Springs is planning a $5.3 million expansion of its Saratoga Springs site where it makes electrical equipment used by the military and industrial clients.”

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Saratoga Springs to host semiconductor conference in June

“A large regional semiconductor conference, featuring several industry leaders, is scheduled for June 8 at Saratoga Springs City Center.”

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Mineola students learn manufacturing skills at fabrication lab

“Mineola High School’s innovative space literally features the latest cutting-edge technology. It’s called a fabrication lab, or ‘fab lab,’ for short. It features machines that work digitally, meaning students can use them at the simple push of a button.”

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