PTAC PROGRAM SUPPORTS LOCAL COMPANY SEE GLOBAL GROWTHOctober 1, 2018 |
In 1993, Tim Tylaska founded Tylaska Marine & Aerospace, a Division of Vector Engineering, Inc., in Mystic. His firm manufactures and globally exports, precision engineered marine hardware, sport and military parachute hardware, industrial lifting hooks, and defense compliant products and components for aircraft and jet turbine engines, all constructed to military specifications and U.S. made. Tim is also owner and developer of Mystic Business Park LLC, an incubator industrial park for start-up businesses in the southeast CT region. Tim built the Mystic Business Park in 2002 because he couldn’t find a place for his business. He knew exactly what he needed and what other people were looking for, so hebuilt it, often with his own hands. With over a hundred and twenty units, the park is full and there is a waiting list. Tylaska Marine & Aerospace came to CT PTAC for technical assistance in understanding and executing federal procurement regulations and registrations (FAR, DFAR, & SAM registration); increase intelligence gathering methods to identify and gain insight on potential government customers- how they buy and what they buy; learn about federal procurement opportunity identification; and receive proposal preparation assistance (e.g. FedMall). They have been nominated to receive the Celebrate CT! Award for economic development success in the southeastern Connecticut region.
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