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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


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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