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Industrial Machinery

The Empire State is home to cutting-edge machinery R&D, technology, and production

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A leader in industrial machinery

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As a leader in the design and production of industrial machinery and systems, New York State produces everything from turbines and pumps to compressors and generators. New York State’s leadership position in the design and production of industrial machinery and systems is enhanced by its industry-leading research in high-tech electronics, software and materials processing, all of which can help manufacturers improve precision and efficiency.

The state’s industry is fueled by many other factors, including a number of robust incentive programs and a 0% corporate income tax rate for manufacturers. This vibrant sector has a statewide footprint, supported by a highly skilled workforce, and with available industrial manufacturing facilities and sites that are ready to occupy.  Add to the mix New York’s world-class research and development facilities dedicated to facilitating industry-university collaboration: there is no better place for businesses to build and grow. 


New York State is home to a $6.7 million advanced manufacturing hub in Buffalo and a $46 million Green Manufacturing Center in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The Finger Lakes is home to Rochester Institute of Technology’s Golisano Institute for Sustainability and the Center of Excellence in Advanced and Sustainable Manufacturing.  The Capital Region is meeting industry demand for skilled workers at the Gene F. Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills at Hudson Valley Community College. And in the North Country, Plattsburgh is also building the industry’s talent pipeline at the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing at Clinton Community College.

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New York State’s major market proximity and superior transportation infrastructure, encompassing more than 240,000 miles of interstate, state and local highways—as well as commercial service airports,  ports and harbors—help get your products to market quickly and affordably – no matter how large or technically advanced.

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Among the major industrial machinery manufacturers that have found success in New York State: Siemens Energy, with a manufacturing facility in Painted Post; GE Vernova in Schenectady; ITT Corporation, headquartered in White Plains, with their Goulds Pumps manufacturing and development center in Seneca Falls; Raymond Corporation in Greene; and Xylem, specializing in water flow technologies, with a headquarters in Rye Brook and manufacturing facility in Auburn.

Industrial Machinery in New York State

Discover why New York State is the ideal place to launch or expand your business.

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$6B+ Annual Revenue

generated by machinery manufacturing

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4th Most Important

subsector of New York State

#1 NYC in Savill’s global tech cities index

0% Corporate Income Tax

for manufacturers

Opportunities to grow your business in New York State

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Tax-Based Incentives

All forms of tax incentives that enable savings and cost advantages to businesses.
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Operational Support

Programs offering assistance or training to ensure more competitive businesses.

Growth Support

Funds, loans and other means of financial support to stimulate business growth.
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Innovation Development Support

Financial incentives to foster university collaboration, research and innovation.

Industry Contact

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Mike Morse
Mike Morse
Vice President, Industry Development; Materials Processing & Industrial Machinery and Systems
Industrial Machinery and Systems