Dymax Recognized by Connecticut Economic Resource Center

Dymax, along with 19 other Connecticut companies, projects, programs, and leaders, was singled out for its contribution to Connecticut’s economy.

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Dymax Corporation was recently recognized by the Connecticut Economic Resource Center (CERC) for the company’s outstanding service and commitment to the state. Dymax, along with 19 other Connecticut companies, projects, programs, and leaders, was singled out for its contribution to Connecticut’s economy—such as consistent or growing employment levels, role in changing the character of the community or civic engagement, strong public/private collaboration to encourage new investment, or leadership resulting in regional growth or improvements.

“These awards pay tribute to the hardworking people and successful programs and projects that are stimulating new jobs and investment in our economy,” says CERC President and CEO Robert Santy.

Dymax, which employs nearly 200 employees in its Connecticut facility, is a leading manufacturer of advanced light-curable adhesives, coatings, oligomers, light-curing equipment, and fluid dispense systems.

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