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Pentagon awards $445M to four CT companies

The U.S. Department of Defense late Tuesday awarded $445 million to four Connecticut companies for various military work.

CT printer Integrity buys Mass. rival

Windsor’s Integrity Graphics has purchased the assets of Massachusetts' Excelsior Printing to expand its New England region market share.

Amphenol offers $1.28B for Singapore interconnect manufacturer

Wallingford’s Amphenol Corp. said it has made a binding $1.28 billion offer to acquire a Singapore manufacturer of interconnect technology.

Colt secures $20M loan to continue operations

West Hartford’s Colt Defense LLC said a bankruptcy court has approved a $20 million credit line that will allow the gun manufacturer to continue operations during its Chapter 11 restructuring.

CCAT nets $1.7M Air Force research contract

The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology in East Hartford said it has signed a $1.7 million contract with the U.S. Air Force to develop and improve parts-inspection technology for aerospace...

Pentagon awards $5.2M contract to UTRC

United Technologies Research Center in East Hartford said the U.S. Department of Defense has awarded it a $5.2 million contract to develop a way to create new materials more quickly for aerospace...

Amphenol forms broadband partnership with N.Y. competitor

Wallingford manufacturer Amphenol said its broadband products subsidiary, Times Fiber, has inked a patent partnership with a New York competitor that it says will improve the reliability and...

UTC breaks ground on E. Hartford R&D facility

The research arm of aerospace manufacturer United Technologies Corp. said it has broken ground on a 100,000-square-foot R&D building in East Hartford.

Departed CT gunmaker stumbles in S. Carolina

A gun manufacturer that left Bristol in 2013 for what it saw as greener pastures in South Carolina is behind on rent to its government landlord there, according to the newspaper The State.

Pratt inks $1.22B in deals with Greater Hartford firms

Aerospace engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney said it has signed agreements with companies in Cheshire and Manchester that are a part of its goal to more than double production of PurePower engines...

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