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TT Electronics opens new manufacturing facility in Mexico

TT Electronics has opened a new manufacturing facility located in Mexicali, Mexico, with this strategic expansion marking a significant milestone in the company's continued growth and reach to customers worldwide.

Above: TT Electronics' new state-of-the-art facility adds capacity and electronics manufacturing solutions capability in Mexicali.
Courtesy TT Electronics

 
The new facility, spanning 75,000 square feet, is equipped with the latest technology and manufacturing capabilities to meet the increasing demand for electronics manufacturing solutions in the North America region.

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Situated in a prime location next to the company’s 40-year established operation manufacturing sensor technologies, the multimillion-pound investment expands capabilities in the Americas, creates job opportunities and fosters economic development within the local community.


 
"We are thrilled to inaugurate our new manufacturing facility in Mexico, a testament to our dedication to meeting the evolving needs of our customers and expanding our global footprint," said Michael Leahan, Chief Operating Officer at TT Electronics. "This strategic investment reinforces our commitment to deliver increased value, a world-class service and the capacity to enable our customer’s growth.”
 
The inauguration ceremony held on 15th February 2024 was attended by key business stakeholders, local government officials, industry partners and members of the local community.

Special guests included the Mexicali City Mayor, Norma Bustamante.
 
The new facility will provide fully integrated electronics manufacturing solutions with capacity for up to six high-speed SMT lines, product integration and assembly.
 
TT Electronics is an established employer in Mexico with over 1,200 employees across two locations – Mexicali and Juarez. The new facility in Mexicali represents a significant expansion of footprint and capability for North America. The company operates in 26 locations worldwide.
 

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