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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 8.9.21

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Syracuse University Chosen by U.S. Department of Energy to Assist Manufacturers in Reducing Carbon Footprint

“Syracuse University was selected by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to be among 32 universities to help local manufacturers improve their energy efficiency, as part of a $60 million investment.”

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Saab wins $105 million US Navy contract to make radars in East Syracuse

“Saab Inc. says it will add new jobs and continue expanding its North American headquarters in East Syracuse after winning a U.S. Navy radar contract worth up to $104.8 million over the next decade.”

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Buffalo Manufacturing Works shifts focus coming out of the pandemic

“The center, inside the Northland complex, aims to help manufacturers innovate and improve their operations. While the pandemic put a pause on in-person projects, Buffalo Manufacturing Works evaluated how to make the most of its operations.”

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Liberty Pumps planning $13.7 million Genesee County expansion

“The pandemic, along with a little nudge from some unpredictable weather patterns, has prompted Liberty Pumps Inc. to propose a major expansion of its Genesee County plant.”

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How To Find Customers for Your Manufacturing Business

“Innovative manufacturers and industrial companies use digital marketing to get more customers versus solely relying on traditional methods like in-person networking and trade shows. Here are a few ways to get started.”

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