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Manufacturing support organization relocates to Ulster County
SUNY New Paltz students are gaining real-world, hands-on experience thanks to a partnership with the Hudson Valley Technology Development Center (HVTDC). The Center and its 11 employees and five engineering interns, who recently moved locations from Newburgh to 180 South Street, Highland, provides consultation and growth services to regional small and mid-size manufacturing and early-stage technology companies, with a special focus on engineering and product development.
"Recruiting talented engineering interns from New Paltz benefits the Center and its clients, as well as the students," said Tom Phillips, HVTDC Executive Director and a member of the SUNY New Paltz School of Science & Engineering Advisory Board.
Stagnation is Not an Hoption
HVTDC Providing Solutions for Regional Food and Beverage Manufacturers
The Hudson Valley region boasts one of the most dynamic bases for the food and beverage industry in the U.S. While fostering interest among locals, the emerging industry plays a vital role in the region’s economic growth and success
Lean Part IX: A New Way of Looking at Accounting
As businesses implement a Lean approach to manufacturing, CPAs have also begun to discover many standard accounting practices no longer hold water. As a result, an increasing number of companies are implementing Lean accounting concepts to more fully and efficiently capture the performance of their operations.
EAW Introduces New Product to Stauber Performance Ingredients
In 2011, Stauber Performance Ingredients had a vision for their newly acquired facility in Florida, New York. Under the leadership of Executive Steve Graham, the Stauber team developed a strategy to take their “good” ingredients manufacturer to “world class” status over the next five years.
Lean for Sales
It goes without saying that cash flow improves and customer satisfaction increases when customer jobs, orders, and products are quoted, processed, loaded, and shipped faster and more efficiently. Therefore, let us examine how an important Lean tool, Value Stream Mapping, deals with the elimination of bottlenecks and expedites the entire sales process from beginning to end.