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AdChem to expand into long-vacant Dean Machine property

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

AdChem Manufacturing Technologies Inc. is growing rapidly, both in the number of employees and the need for space for them to work in, President and founder Michael Polo said Tuesday.

Congress sends DOD strong message to ‘Buy American’

James T. Brett |

In mid-May, the U.S. House of Representatives passed its version of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for fiscal year 2017, and just this week, the U.S. Senate followed suit.

Efforts to woo female manufacturers critical to CT economy

Elliot Ginsberg |

A serious challenge facing manufacturers in Connecticut and around the country is how to attract young talent, both men and women, to meet the needs of this expanding industry.

OPM, Hexcel deal value revealed

Greg Bordonaro |

How much is a minority stake in South Windsor's Oxford Performance Materials Inc. worth?

It's back to the lobbying board for CT manufacturers

Gregory Seay | 1

Shock and dismay can't begin to describe the reaction that the manufacturing sector feels about lawmakers' failed override of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's veto of tax credits to fund training of the...

Manufacturer expanding, while consolidating operations in CT

Davis-Standard LLC, an extrusion-machinery manufacturer, is expanding its primary facility in Pawcatuck, adding 15,000 square feet of manufacturing space and over 30 jobs in the next two years.

CT institutions part of $70M federal energy investment

Three Connecticut institutions are part of a winning bid for a $70 million federal energy efficiency innovation investment, according to a White House announcement.

Hartford should consider bankruptcy

John Horak |

There are four words that come to mind when I think about Hartford: sadness, disorder, bankruptcy and leadership.

CT loses 1,400 jobs in May; unemployment rate stable

Keith Griffin |

The state lost 1,400 jobs in May, while the unemployment rate remained stable, according to a report released Thursday by the Connecticut Department of Labor.

$200K grant to expand state's apprenticeship training program

John Stearns |

The Connecticut Department of Labor (CTDOL) is receiving a $200,000 federal grant to increase and expand participation in the state's apprenticeship training program to develop experienced workers in...

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