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UTC’s 3Q sales up 10%; higher costs eat into profits

Joe Cooper |

Farmington conglomerate United Technologies Corp. on Tuesday said its third quarter revenues grew by 10 percent thanks to increased demand for its aircraft parts and engines.

UTAS ending SoCal parts making

Gregory Seay |

The Windsor Locks aerospace systems division of United Technologies Corp. confirms it will wind down, starting next year, its southern California aeroparts production, idling some 300 workers, due to...

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Martin Rosol's celebrates 90 years of homemade meats

Andy Thibault Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

200 students to attend pro-manufacturing event

Joe Cooper |

State and manufacturing officials will educate more than 200 middle school students Wednesday on the opportunities in manufacturing.

Pentagon temporarily grounds new F-35 jets after crash


The Defense Department has temporarily grounded all of its 245 F-35 fighter jets for inspection of a potentially faulty engine part in the wake of last month's crash in South Carolina.

UTC names 2 new directors

Gregory Seay |

United Technologies Corp. has named the current and former heads of a pair of U.S. global industrial-equipment makers to the board of the Farmington manufacturing conglomerate.

CT seeks mobile manufacturing training partner

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut wants a collaborator who can set up a mobile manufacturing training lab to update and expand the skills of new and incumbent production workers.

UTC, union end strike; sign 5-yr. labor pact

Joe Cooper |

UTC aerospace workers in Cheshire have inked a new five-year labor contract, ending a bitter three-week strike over what union members called inadequate pay and health insurance.

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