NORTH GREENBUSH — General Electric’s digital makeover of technology that helps doctors detect and diagnose smaller tumors made its debut Friday, with a new digital X-ray factory in Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Tech Park.
The Business Review: GE Healthcare opens $165M N. G’Bush plant
GE Healthcare officially opened its $165 million mammography production facility in the Rensselaer Technology Park today.
The Record: Jobs on the way [photos]
General Electric opened its $165 million digital mammography production facility Friday, that will create some 150 manufacturing jobs.
The new 130,000-square-foot facility in the Rensselaer Technology Park includes a 60,000-square-foot “clean room” and will have a payroll of some $10 million.
Times Union, The Buzz: Business News: GE Healthcare opens $165M Rensselaer County facility
Last month, GE Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Immelt was at the laboratory to announce plans to build a $100 million battery plant in the Capital Region that will employ 350 people.
A site for the battery plant hasn’t yet been announced, but state Sen. Roy McDonald pointed to vacant land across from the new X-ray plant and suggested to the crowd that GE put it “right there.”