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SCA Pharma plant opens in Windsor

Patricia Daddona |

Little Rock, Ark.-based SCA Pharmaceuticals opened its new manufacturing facility in Windsor Monday morning, where it expects to employ about 361 workers by 2021.

CTNext awards New Britain firm $25K to boost growth

Patricia Daddona |

CTNext, a state-backed resource and support network for entrepreneurs, has awarded a $25,000 to New Britain metal manufacturer Addaero Manufacturing to accelerate the company's growth.

South Windsor pasta maker launches 70,000-sq.-foot expansion

Patricia Daddona |

South Windsor pasta maker Carla's Pasta has broken ground on a 70,000-square-foot expansion at 50 Talbot Lane that will add up to 60 employees when complete.

Survey shows mixed business conditions in CT

Patricia Daddona |

More Connecticut businesses are reporting a mix of improving and worsening conditions for the third quarter, according to a survey released Monday by the Connecticut Business & Industry Association.

Dividends from UTRC's technology research, talent are widespread

Gregory Seay |

Sitting alongside a former runway tarmac in East Hartford is one of the world's foremost corporate sifters of scientific and technological ideas — past, present and future.

Skills gap, 'mechatronics' front of mind for CT manufacturers in 2018

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut manufacturers continue to fret about the dearth of apprenticeship and other training opportunities to produce the next generation of skilled talent, a fresh New Haven Manufacturers...

Smidler out, Lariviere in at Kaman unit

Gregory Seay |

The management shuffle at Bloomfield aeroparts and power-distribution equipment maker Kaman Corp. continued Thursday with the disclosure that the head of its distribution segment is out.

Pratt lands $1.5B deal for geared turbofans

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

East Hartford aerospace engine maker Pratt & Whitney said it has signed a contract with Vietnam Airlines for geared turbofan engines to power 20 Airbus A321 twin-engine aircraft.

Pratt's new engineering center opens

Patricia Daddona |

East Hartford aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney has formally opened its new Engineering and Technology Center, which will house up to 1,750 employees.

Congress authorizes big boost in CT defense spending

ANA RADELAT | CT MIRROR |

Congressional negotiators on Wednesday finished work on a final defense bill that would boost the number of F-35's requested by President Donald Trump from 70 to 90 and Sikorsky-made Black Hawk...

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