Governor Hochul and Majority Leader Schumer Unveil TTM Technologies’ Plans to Invest Up to $130 Million for Manufacturing Plant in the Town of Dewitt, Boosting Upstate New York’s Transformation Into Global Chipmaking Hu

NYS Governor's Office

November 1, 2023

Proposed Manufacturing Facility Will Produce High-Tech Printed Circuit Boards to Enhance National Security, Creating an Estimated 400 Good-Paying Jobs in Central New York – Just One Week After Region Landed Prestigious Federal Tech Hub Designation for Semiconductors

TTM Selects New York State Following Extensive Yearlong Site Assessment and Selection Process Involving 16 Other States

Builds on Governor Hochul and Majority Leader Schumer’s Continued Progress Toward Growing New York’s Semiconductor Ecosystem and Attracting 21st Century Businesses and Jobs

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Governor Kathy Hochul and Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer today announced that TTM Technologies, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of technology solutions, intends to invest up to $130 million to build a greenfield high-tech manufacturing facility in the Town of DeWitt, Onondaga County, creating an estimated 400 good-paying jobs. TTM will produce ultra-high density interconnect PCBs, TTM’s most advanced PCBs that will be primarily used for U.S. military applications and crucial to the U.S. semiconductor industry, at its new facility, which will be co-located on 24 acres adjacent to TTM’s existing production facility in DeWitt. TTM’s new plant will be one of the first in the nation to specialize in manufacturing PCBs and advanced packaging. TTM will also invest in research and development that will further integrated-circuit substrate and HDI PCB technologies across the United States.

“From Micron’s historic investment in Clay to TTM’s plans to invest up to $130 million for a new plant in DeWitt, a global chipmaking hub is rising in Central New York,” Governor Hochul said. “TTM’s printed circuit boards sit at the cutting edge of chip technology, and thanks to New York’s robust chips ecosystem, partnerships with the Majority Leader and other stakeholders, and a bold commitment from the state, TTM is ready to join our thriving chips sector and bring 400 good-paying jobs upstate. Companies like TTM are helping to strengthen New York’s reputation as a leader for growth, innovation, and national security, and I look forward to welcoming even more 21st century businesses to our state as we continue to build the economy of tomorrow.”

Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer said, “Syracuse will be the heart of America’s semiconductor superhighway, and just one week after winning an exclusive federal Tech Hub designation, I am thrilled TTM Technologies now plans to supercharge Onondaga County with nearly 400 new good-paying jobs bringing circuit board production back from overseas! With each week it becomes clearer the future of semiconductor manufacturing will be in Syracuse and Upstate NY. When I wrote my CHIPS & Science Act I did so with the vision that all the components of the supply chain for this revolutionary technology would be stamped 'Made in New York' and with TTM planning to make their DeWitt expansion one of the first in the nation to manufacture these advanced circuit boards, that vision is one step closer to becoming a reality. Earlier this year, I personally called TTM’s CEO to make the case that Upstate New York is the next frontier for tech manufacturing and the perfect place to grow their business, and I’m glad they heeded my call. I applaud TTM for this major investment and thank Governor Hochul and local leaders for their partnership in helping secure this investment and further positioning Upstate NY as a leader for America’s critical microelectronics supply chains that power everything from data centers to the power grid to aerospace engineering.”


State Senator John W. Mannion said, "Investing in innovation, creating jobs, and bolstering national security – TTM Technologies' $130 million commitment to build a state-of-the-art advanced manufacturing facility in DeWitt shows the Semiconductor Superhighway is open for business. Green Chips, the Chips and Science Act, and the new federal Tech Hub designation are quickly delivering the jobs and investments that will transform Central New York into a global technology hub. Together with Governor Hochul, Senator Schumer, and local leaders, we are united and unwavering in our commitment to building a brighter future for our communities.”