Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 04/10/17

Colonie startup seeks to change the way we heat and cool

“Smart heating and cooling. That’s the goal of a tech company in Colonie.  The start-up was recently awarded a grant to streamline its operation. Their innovation could change the way your refrigerator and other products work.”

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MakerSpace awarded $50,000 equipment grant

“Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYC Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) President James Patchett have announced a new partnership with Staten Island MakerSpace, a Stapleton based non-profit STEAM education and community innovation center that helps support new companies that are creating jobs on Staten Island.”

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Saratoga Go! launches three-month competition

“Saratoga Go! launched its three-month competition Thursday evening in a packed classroom at SUNY Empire State College.”

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Otsego Ready Mix plans to build plant in Davenport, modernizing its operations

“Concrete manufacturer Otsego Ready Mix will construct a new plant, 72 miles northeast of Binghamton, in Delaware County, New York.”

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Tesla unveils new sleek solar panel design

“Tesla Motors Inc. has unveiled a new set of exclusive solar panels manufactured by Panasonic that are intended to transform the way the company caters to the needs of those looking to harness solar energy.”

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Amy’s Kitchen continues to clear the way to build their $95 million organic meals plant in Goshen

“Amy’s Kitchen, the company building a $95 million organic meals manufacturing plant in the Town of Goshen, has finished clearing about 50 acres at its site, but final site plan approvals are still pending, the town building and zoning inspector said Thursday.”

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Buffalo and Niagara manufacturers continued growing in March

“The good times are continuing for Buffalo Niagara manufacturers.”

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