A $77 million expansion project by aerospace company Moog Inc. – the first of three big projects for the company's aircraft group – won nearly $3 million in tax breaks from the Erie County Industrial Development Agency on Wednesday.
Could the tech industry's struggles elsewhere be an opportunity for Buffalo Niagara businesses to tap into a new pool of talent and fill tech jobs that have been hard to fill?
Niacet Corp., which makes a specialized gas that is needed to make semiconductor wafers and crystals, plans to invest $121 million to expand and renovate portions of its 19-acre campus at 400 47th St.
The manufacturer has proposed a $77 million expansion that would add a 150,000 square foot building on its campus, primarily to support its aircraft group.
"Students want access to high-quality careers, and our employers have vast workforce needs," said Say Yes Buffalo CEO David Rust.
The Niagara Aerospace Museum has been flying in circles for decades in pursuit of a permanent landing spot.
With good-paying jobs, strong customer connections and technical expertise, Moog's operations are the type of manufacturing that the region's …
With good-paying jobs, strong customer connections and technical expertise, Moog's operations are the type of manufacturing that the region's business recruiters are eager for more of.
"Within a couple days of the invasion, we sat down and said, 'We can't support any activities in Russia,' " said John Scannell, chairman and CEO of the Elma-based motion control equipment company.
The Elma-based motion control equipment maker said it will invest $25 million in high-tech equipment purchases and building renovations.
Gov. Kathy Hochul talks about job expansions announced at Moog and AML Righsource during a press conference in Buffalo.
Major expansion projects by a pair of Buffalo Niagara businesses – Moog Inc. and AML Rightsource – are expected to create more than 860 new jobs in the region, Gov. Kathy Hochul said Friday afternoon.
The Elma-based company did not disclose the purchase price for Dublin-based Team Accessories Ltd., which has 40 employees.
When you think about high-tech manufacturers, the region's automotive plants may not come to mind. But maybe they should. Even though the General Motors and Ford plants have been around for decades, they've received millions of dollars worth of technology upgrades over the years to keep pace with modern production needs.
The 12-week program, which kicks off next week, is supported by ACV Auctions, Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of Western New York, M&T Bank, Moog Inc. and Rich Products.
"Nuclear power is clearly the best long-range solution to our clean energy problem because it can meet our energy needs without the massive amounts of real estate required by other renewables," writes Thomas Neal
If the country could get to 90% of residents fully vaccinated, according to the latest estimates, we would achieve herd immunity and mandates wouldn’t be needed.
Some of Moog's employees temporarily walked off their jobs in Elma to protest a vaccine mandate scheduled to take effect in December.
Yes, wings are great, but Western New York has given the world a lot of other things that are just as wonderful.
Moog said the navigational aids business represents less than 1% of the company's annual sales.
"We're not forecasting a big rebound at the moment, but it's solid and we're feeling pretty good about the business," said John Scannell, Moog's chairman and CEO.
Perseverance was in capable hands, aboard a spacecraft that contained parts made by Elma-based Moog Inc. and Cobham Mission Systems in Orchard Park.
The Elma-based company is feeling the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic more acutely in some of its operations than others.
The Elma-based motion control equipment maker's commercial aircraft revenues dropped 56% in its fiscal fourth quarter – which ended Oct. 3 – from a year ago.
The devastation the coronavirus pandemic is causing at airlines took a heavy toll on Moog Inc. this spring.