TTM Technologies will expand its workforce at its bare PCB manufacturing facility in Sterling

RICHMOND, Va.—Global technology products manufacturer TTM Technologies, Inc., is planning to invest $13.4 million to expand its operations in Loudoun County, Governor Glenn Youngkin announced recently.

The company is consolidating and modernizing its U.S. facilities to maximize current and future growth and will expand its workforce at its bare printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing facility in Sterling. The project is expected to create 43 new jobs, according to the release.

“TTM Technologies’ expansion demonstrates Virginia’s thriving tech and manufacturing ecosystems can support the growth of our corporate partners with competitive global industries,” said Governor Youngkin in a release from the Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP). “Reshoring the production of complex printed circuit boards in Virginia is another boost for our manufacturing sector, and we are proud that TTM has found the right location, business climate, and workforce to grow its capacity and capabilities here in the Commonwealth.”

TTM Technologies, Inc. is a global manufacturer of technology products that include mission systems, radio frequency (RF) components and RF microwave/microelectronic assemblies, and quick-turn and technologically advanced printed circuit boards (PCBs). Its name stands for time-to-market, representing how TTM’s time-critical, one-stop manufacturing services enable customers to shorten the time required to develop new products and bring them to market.

“The expansion of TTM’s business sends a strong message that Virginia can compete and grow in global electronics manufacturing markets,” said Secretary of Commerce and Trade Caren Merrick, in the release. “I congratulate TTM Technologies on its success in Loudoun County and thank all the partners involved in securing this project that will create 43 high-tech new jobs for local citizens.”

The Virginia Economic Development Partnership worked with Loudoun County to secure the project for Virginia and will support TTM Technologies’ job creation through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program (VJIP). The program provides consultative services and funding to companies creating new jobs in order to support employee recruitment and training activities.

“TTM Technologies is pleased to bring this expansion of capability and opportunity for workforce growth to Sterling, Virginia,” said Phil Titterton, COO of TTM Technologies, in the release. “The engagement by Governor Glenn Youngkin, the Virginia Economic Development Partnership, and Loudoun County’s Department of Economic Development were invaluable in our decision to expand TTM’s Sterling, Virginia facility. This successful process has allowed all involved to develop a better understanding of the importance and criticality of U.S.-made printed circuit boards.”