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Boeing taps Kaman for 767 wing kits

Bloomfield aeroparts maker Kaman Corp. has won a multi-year contract from Boeing Co. to continue supplying the jetmaker with wing kits and assemblies for the Air Force’s version of the Boeing...

Census: Hartford County is CT’s manufacturing powerhouse

There are more manufacturing firms, employees and overall output in Hartford County than in any other area of the state, according to 2012 data released this week by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Facing NYSE delisting, STR moves ahead with reverse stock split


Enfield solar-encapsulant manufacturer STR Holdings said that it would proceed with a one-for-three reverse stock split to regain share-price compliance with the New York Stock Exchange.

UTC ekes out 4Q gain, cuts 2015 outlook

Hartford aerospace manufacturer United Technologies Corp.’s quarterly profits slightly outpaced those from a year prior, as higher costs, expenses and taxes ate up most of a top-line increase.

ClearEdge’s new owner adding jobs in S. Windsor


Doosan Fuel Cell America, which bought South Windsor’s ClearEdge Power out of bankruptcy in July, said Thursday that its workforce has grown to 180 and should be at 300 by the end of the year.

CT manufacturing wages fifth-highest in U.S.

Manufacturing jobs in Connecticut had the fifth-highest hourly wage in the country in 2013, according to an analysis by a think tank that focuses on the plights of middle and lower-income workers.

Amphenol’s 4Q profits bounce 15%

Wallingford manufacturer Amphenol Corp. said its fourth-quarter profits grew by more than 15 percent due to recent acquisitions and organic sales growth.

Former Pratt president comes out of retirement

Former Pratt & Whitney President David P. Hess, who retired a year ago, will return to the company as the senior vice president of aerospace business development.

Pratt inks turbofan risk-sharing agreement

East Hartford aerospace engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney said it has inked a risk and revenue-sharing agreement for its PurePower Geared Turbofan engines with Japanese heavy equipment maker...

Kelyniam taps new markets to fuel medical device growth

Sheena Butler-Young |

After three years of steady revenue growth from supplying neurosurgeons and their patients with cranial and facial implants shaped from plastics, Canton manufacturer Kelyniam Global Inc. is venturing...

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