State Representatives Whit Betts (R-78) and Cara Pavalock (R-77) attended Manufacturing and Technology Day at the s
Betts and Pavalock with their local manufacturer, Bauer, Inc., a premier global leader in providing the aviation industry with expert test solutions for fuel, lubrication, pneumatic, and electro-mechanical applications.
For more than 80 years, Bauer has served its customers across the United States and the globe to customers across the aerospace supply chain, including UTC companies in Connecticut like UTAS and Pratt & Whitney.
More than 40 Connecticut manufacturers exhibited their products and services at the state capitol on Wednesday, May 13 as part of a Manufacturing & Technology Day celebration.
“Connecticut’s rich history is rooted in manufacturing as both an important part of the economy and of our communities. Bauer has been a local employers of our residents for over 80 years, and has also been a contributing member of the greater Bristol community through its support and work with our high schools and vocational-technical schools,” said Betts, in a press release from House Republicans.
“A strong economy depends on the health of our small businesses. Bristol is home to many manufacturing businesses who are major area employers for our residents. I will continue to support legislation that reduces the tax burden in an effort to encourage greater economic development and create jobs,” said Pavalock in the press release.