DEWITT, NY – TTM Technologies has announced plans to build a PCB manufacturing facility here with an investment of up to $130 million over the next three years.

The proposed facility will be located next to TTM’s existing facility on a 24-acre property off Kirkville Road in DeWitt and will either match or exceed that plant’s 160,000 square-foot size, TTM said in a release.

The company said the plant will produce high-density interconnected printed circuit boards that will support national security requirements and is expected to create 400 “good-paying” manufacturing and engineering jobs.

The PCBs will primarily be used for US military applications and are critical to the U.S. semiconductor industry, which powers everything from data centers to the power grid to aerospace engineering, Sen. Chuck Schumer said in a statement.

"A global chipmaking hub is rising in Central New York," Gov. Kathy Hochul said in a statement. "Companies like TTM are helping to strengthen New York's reputation as a leader for growth, innovation, and national security."

Groundbreaking on the site is expected in the first half of 2024, and additional expansion is also being considered for future phases of development, TTM said.

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