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CT's Dymax earns 2 U.S. patents

Gregory Seay |

Torrington's Dymax Corp. says it received a pair of U.S. technology patents for curing metal coatings.

UTC’s 2Q net down on flat sales

Gregory Seay |

United Technologies Corp. posted slightly lower second-quarter net income on flat sales that were paced by ongoing strength in the Farmington manufacturing conglomerate’s Pratt & Whitney Co.

Minnesota co. considering Windsor for plant that would bring 70 jobs

Harlan Levy | Journal Inquirer |

A Minnesota company is considering locating a new $25 million, 82,000-square-foot manufacturing plant on Marshall Phelps Road by next summer, and hiring at least 70 local workers.

Cromwell co. helps Purps the Penguin with 3D printing

Keith Griffin |

A Mystic Aquarium penguin is stepping lively thanks to help from a Cromwell company that is helping her deal with a longstanding tendon injury.

State recruits unemployed, others for manufacturing jobs

Q&A talks with Mark Ojakian, the president of the Connecticut State Colleges & Universities system, about the new advanced manufacturing program being offered through his system.

Technical high school system grooms workforce pipeline

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

As the director of human resources for both Carey Manufacturing and Floyd Manufacturing,Peter Egan sees the big challenge facing the state's manufacturing sector skilled young people to replace an...

State funding cutback not seen as hindering CCAT’s main function

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology Inc. doesn’t expect a cut in state grants for the Small Business Incubator Program to affect its primary efforts to promote the state’s...

Stanadyne's Dubai diesel-pump plant opens

Gregory Seay |

Windsor automotive-parts maker Stanadyne signed an agreement this week that commits its first Middle East plant in Dubai to producing diesel pumps for a Pakistani tractor maker.

UTC wins Air Force recon-grid pact

Gregory Seay |

Farmington’s United Technologies Corp. says it won a contract to integrate its airborne surveillance sensor into the Air Forces next-generation ground reconnaissance grid.

Threat Deflection: Small producers' cybersecurity/export-compliance roles grow

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's small manufacturers are finding more money-making assignments flowing their way from larger companies, particularly in the defense sector, where export-sales are crucial to their profit...

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