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Kaman tacks on $23M fuze order

Bloomfield aerospace manufacturer Kaman said a customer has placed a $23 million follow-on order for its joint programmable fuzes, which militaries use to program bombs in flight.

WSJ report: Sikorsky-Lockheed deal could be close

United Technologies could announce an $8-billion-plus sale of its Sikorsky helicopter unit to Lockheed Martin as early as this week, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday night.

Rogers Corp. feeling China pinch

Killingly manufacturer Rogers Corp. said Thursday that it expects to report lower second-quarter profits and net sales as a result of a sudden sales decline in the Chinese wireless telecom market.

CT earns Obama $1B designation for manufacturing

President Barack Obama has designated Connecticut under his administration's Investing in Manufacturing Communities Partnership initiative, giving the state access to more than $1 billion in federal...

CCAT works with Trumbull firm for wearable biotech

East Hartford manufacturing advocate Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology has partnered with Trumbull startup ZetrOZ, Inc. to develop wearable bioelectronics devices delivering acoustic...

Hallmark closing Enfield distribution center

Kansas City greeting card giant Hallmark announced on Tuesday it will close its distribution center in Enfield by the end of June 2016, impacting 570 employees and ending its 63-year relationship...

Ex-Bushnell owner plows into S.C. apt. scene

Hamilton Point Investments LLC, the Old Lyme landlord that recently sold Hartford's Bushnell on the Park apartments, has purchased a 168-unit South Carolina apartment property for $13.4...

HBJ's aging workforce series looks at future planning

This week, HBJ resumes its aging workforce series, “Connecticut's Silver Tsunami,” with a look at how the private sector is preparing the next-generation workforce.

UTC building customer center in Florida

Hartford conglomerate United Technologies has decided Florida is the best state to build a new customer showcase center for its building systems technologies.

Where future mfg. technology, talent intersect

Gregory Seay |

The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology started in 2004 as a nonprofit research lab doing contract work for private companies and the military.

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