TTM Technologies Plans Expansion In CNY, Creating Estimated 400 Jobs

Posted on November 1, 2023

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TTM Technologies, a leading global manufacturer of technology solutions, intends to invest up to $130 million to build a greenfield high-tech manufacturing facility in DeWitt. The project is expected to bring an estimated 400 new jobs to the area and further enhance the current smart systems supply chain. TTM will build ultra-high density interconnect printed circuit boards right here in Central New York, which are crucial to the U.S. semiconductor industry. It will be one of the largest manufacturing sites in North America for this technology. 

“TTM's investment is another critical validation of this region’s leadership in the smart systems sector. Manufacturing complex high density printed circuit boards in Central New York adds to a growing and robust supply chain ecosystem that includes everything from semiconductor chips to finished microelectronics,"  CenterState CEO President Rob Simpson said. "This investment is also a successful example of reshoring critical national security supply chain elements right here in Central New York. This community has demonstrated that by working together, we can continue to realize a greater level of economic competitiveness and prosperity and recapture our position as a globally relevant research and manufacturing center.”

This investment builds on the recent federal Tech Hubs and Defense Manufacturing Community designations, and Micron’s ongoing work in Clay. 

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