Made in America: Ergo Robotics, Coming January 21st

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Why Stay in America?

In today’s global marketplace, there are still companies surviving and thriving right in our own backyard. We’re hitting the road in search of America’s most interesting companies to answer one question: Why are you proud to be made in America?

Manufacturing the Future with Homegrown Roots

Near the headquarters of Ergo Robotics Solutions, the surrounding community of Queensbury, New York, belies the true innovation inside the company’s manufacturing center. At Ergo, the company’s machines echo the unique and rich history of manufacturing in the region it calls home.

On this episode of Made in America, MarketScale’s Daniel Litwin will discover why Queensbury, located just over 200 miles from one of the world’s largest technology hubs in larger-than-life New York City, is still Ergo’s dream locale.

The Full Episode

The full episode is set to release on Tuesday, January 21st. Don’t miss this episode of Made in America and be sure to keep up with all of MarketScale’s original content! Click here to subscribe now!

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