The Manufacturing Council hosted a virtual meeting to discuss adapting workplace policies, practices and procedures to address the real concerns of employees and clients who come on site.
The Manufacturing Council hosted a virtual meeting to discuss the future of COVID-19 related governmental financial assistance and lending opportunities for local businesses.
The Manufacturing Council hosted a virtual meeting for all local employers, especially in the manufacturing sector, who are concerned about facility safety standards and employee safety in an ever changing business and regulatory climate.
Manufacturing Council meeting highlights ways the Partnership is working with area companies to build sustainable talent pipelines.
Since the invention of the wheel, technology has driven industrial progress. Today’s advances give manufacturers an array of options to produce high quality, consistent products faster, more efficiently and, ultimately, for less cost. So how do manufacturers transition to new technologies while remaining profitable? And what impact is technology having on the workforce? Our Manufacturing Council presented some answers at its July meeting.
State legislators in Albany are actively discussing a piece of legislation that would mandate all energy in New York State be generated by renewable sources by the year 2050. This legislation, known as the Climate and Community Protection Act (CCPA) (S2992/A3876 ) would have devastating implications for manufacturers in Buffalo Niagara.
Manufacturing Council meeting at Moog spotlights current trends in building and property security measures
Does your company or organization have established procedures in place for an emergency situation in or outside your facilities?
Advocating for employers in Western New York is among the most important commitments the Buffalo Niagara Partnership makes, especially when it comes to workforce development.
The future of manufacturing is in the works right here in Buffalo and the latest technological advances are catching the eye of local manufacturers. In March, members of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s Manufacturing Council witnessed some of the latest concepts in advanced automation, 3D printing and teaching methods while touring Buffalo Manufacturing Works.
Buffalo Niagara Partnership members sat down with Canadian government leaders to discuss the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Deputy Consul General Khawar Nasim met with members of the Partnership’s Manufacturers Council as America, Canada and Mexico recently held a seventh round of renegotiation talks in Mexico City. Nasim outlined what Canada is looking for in a new NAFTA agreement and the value of the economic relationship between the three countries.