Manufacturing jobs were added in Connecticut

The manufacturing industry brought jobs to Connecticut recently, helping to boost the state's economic profile. The Massachusetts manufacturing company C. Cowles & Co, according to NBC Connecticut, is moving back to Connecticut

The company is moving its Carlin Combustion Technology Division to North Haven, Connecticut, noted the source. This will lead to an increase of 175 jobs for the state and the manufacturing industry. 

"By partnering and connecting companies with our educational institutions, we are ensuring that Connecticut manufacturers have the workforce they need to compete in a global market and position our state for a manufacturing revolution," said Governor Dannel Malloy said, according to NBC Connecticut.

The company, prior to moving to Massachusetts, originated in New Haven, Connecticut, according to the New Haven Register. A $250,000 job training grant was issued to help the company shift its operations into Connecticut. This grant was issued by the state's Department of Economic and Community Development. The company already has 116 workers and 59 will be added with the help of the training grant Connecticut provided for the business. Gov.Dannel Malloy has vociferously defended the manufacturing sector, reported the New Haven Register. 

Manufacturing recruiters have a vibrant and appealing set of options to choose from in Connecticut.