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Farmington’s TRUMPF expands by 18,000 sq. ft.

Joe Cooper |

Farmington machine tool manufacturer TRUMPF Inc. has expanded its training center by 18,000 square feet as part of a $3 million investment meant to grow its training base for customers and future...

Arcor's laser focus drives its expansion

Gregory Seay |

For the second time in a decade, Gary Francoeur has had to make room for his expanding Suffield laser-services operation. And, he worries he may need to again inside of a year.

W. Hartford's Rose Mill Co. joins tire market with Tenn. acquisition

Joe Cooper |

A West Hartford-based manufacturer of industrial chemicals and minerals has entered the tire manufacturing market after acquiring a Tennessee producer of rubber additives.

Report: CT manufacturing climate receives “C” grade

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's manufacturing climate is average, according to a new report.

NHMA's Fenton stepping down

Gregory Seay |

Edward Fenton, who has led Connecticut's largest manufacturing lobby the past year as its top paid executive staffer, is stepping down.

Shifting habits, technology, stagnant economy diminish CT's financial-services jobs

Gregory Seay |

Shifting consumer habits, technology and a stagnant state economy are curtailing jobs in Connecticut's crucial financial-services sector.

Houlihan helms CT manufacturers' lobby

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut insurance broker Katherine Houlihan is the newest president of the New Haven Manufacturers Association, the state's biggest lobby of producers.

Malloy vetoes bill expanding apprenticeship tax credit

Joe Cooper |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Wednesday refused for a second time to extend Connecticut's manufacturing apprenticeship tax credit.

CBIA, CONNSTEP to join forces

Joe Cooper |

Two of Connecticut's leading business advocates are teaming up in downtown Hartford.

Bloomfield's Kaman taps $69M fuze order

Joe Cooper |

Kaman Aerospace Group Inc., a division of Bloomfield-based Kaman Corp., has received its first order of bomb fuzes under a current $324 million contract from the U.S. Air Force.

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