December 21 2023

CEG Economic Development Week in Review December 18 – December 22, 2023

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Adirondack Beverages: Glenville Expansion & Job Creation

“Adirondack Beverages is again expanding its operations at the Glenville Business & Technology Park.

The company invested $4 million this year to construct a substation that will power a new $16 million production line which will bolster production at its Glenville facility. The Schenectady County Metroplex Development Authority board agreed to provide a $175,000 grant toward the purchase of new equipment at its meeting last week.”

NSH USA’s $11 million expansion on Broadway Menands is taking shape

“Machine-tool manufacturer NSH USA Corp. could begin construction of a new facility in Menands as soon as this summer, according to David Davis, the company’s president and chief operating officer.

NSH USA plans to build a 25,000- to 30,00-square-foot facility next to its existing factory on Broadway. The building, named the Niles Technical Application Center, will serve as a kind of demonstration and training center for the company’s multimillion-dollar machines, which it sells to customers in the rail, aerospace and defense industries.”

Comprehensive Strategic Promotional Planning Could Boost the Economy of Washington Co.

“Washington County has a great deal of untapped tourism potential that could boost the local economy with more comprehensive, strategic promotional planning.

 That’s what officials told local business and civic leaders during a presentation hosted by the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce at Sandy Hill Arts Center’s fifth-floor event space in Hudson Falls.”

Warren and Washington Counties Have Plans to Develop Industrial Park Near Canal Lock 8

“Armed with nearly $5.7 million in state and federal funds, Warren and Washington counties plan to develop an industrial park near Champlain Canal Lock 8 in Fort Edward.

 General Electric Company used the 82-acre site as a dewatering facility for its massive Hudson River PCB dredging project.”

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