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Pratt to craft new engine for Army warbirds

Gregory Seay |

East Hartford jet-turbine builder Pratt & Whitney Co. and Honeywell Inc. have teamed up to design an affordable, high-performance turbine for the U.S. Army's fleet of Black Hawk and Apache...

Cable manufacturer first in new innovation cluster

Pomfret-based Loos & Co. is the first business to join a new economic development initiative in northeastern Connecticut known as the Quiet Corner Innovation Cluster (QCIC), officials announced.

Precision Punch applies a human touch to its model

Gregory Seay |

Just because tool, die and mold technology is old doesn't mean providers can't charge a premium for it.

iDevices expands leadership team

Patricia Daddona |

iDevices, a home automation products manufacturer based in Avon, is rounding out its leadership team with two promotions and two hires.

P&W lands $151.7M contract adjustment for F-35 Lightning II

Patricia Daddona |

Pratt & Whitney Military Engines, a subsidiary of Farmington's United Technologies Corp., has been awarded a three-year, $151.7-million contract modification from the U.S. Navy for its F-35 Lightning...

Lawmakers urge insurers to help with relief for crumbling foundations

Patricia Daddona |

Three Congressmen have released joint letters pleading with Connecticut insurers to participate in a state program aimed at relieving the burdens of homeowners coping with crumbling foundations.

Rogers Corp. leaving its 184-year-old Killingly base to relocate to Arizona

Howard French | Journal Inquirer | 1

Rogers Corp., based since 1832 in the eponymous portion of Killingly, is moving its Connecticut corporate headquarters to Arizona, company officials said Monday.

Conval, longtime Somers manufacturer, relocating plant to Enfield

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

Conval Inc., a landmark local business that was founded in Somers and expanded in place for nearly 50 years, is leaving town.

F-35A Lightning II 'combat ready'

Gregory Seay |

The F-35A Lightning II, after lengthy delays tied to reliability of its engine and other systems, has been declared by the Pentagon to be “combat ready.''

Barnes' 2Q net declines

Gregory Seay |

Bristol industrial and aeroparts maker Barnes Group Inc. posted lower second-quarter earnings on flat to lower sales in its core business units.

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