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Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 10/23/2015

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New York State Renews Funding For NYU Telecommunications Research Center

“The New York State’s Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR) has renewed funding for one of its longest-running research centers, the Center for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications and Distributed Information Systems (CATT). “
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As Vote On Export-Import Bank Nears, Manufacturers Assess The Damage Caused By Agency’s Lapse

“As the House prepares to vote on reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank, supporters of the export credit agency are reminding members of Congress that jobs are at stake.”
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New York State Will Have Major Say In Next SolarCity Factory

“SolarCity’s factory in Buffalo isn’t even operational yet, but the company’s growth means it will need more than the 10,000 solar panels that factory will eventually produce each day. In the short-term view, SolarCity officials said they plan to buy panels from other distributors to supplement the ones they manufacture.”

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Acquisition Expands Troy Industrial’s Foothold In New England

“Troy Industrial Solutions, a Watervliet, New York industrial machine repair company, has acquired Lane Conveyors and Drives in Brewer, Maine. The deal, which closed Monday, completes Troy Industrial’s second acquisition in the 153-year history of the family-owned company.”

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Wine Region Honored For Solar Efforts

“The Finger Lakes Wine Region was honored Friday with the Solar Champion Award by the Solar Energy Industries Association. The Washington, D.C.-based association honors entities or individuals that have helped strengthen solar power in United States.”
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