TT Electronics expands in Mexico and Malaysia

TT Electronics expands in Mexico and Malaysia

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By Nick Flaherty

TT Electronics is expanding its factories in the Americas with a plant in Mexicali, Mexico, and investing in its Asia Pacific operations to increase capabilities at its existing plant in Kuantan, Malaysia.

The new 75,000-square-foot Mexicali facility for the Global Manufacturing Solutions (GMS) business of TT Electronics  will have six highly automated SMT lines. The plant will provide fully integrated electronics manufacturing with PCB assembly, system integration and testing. This complements a 125,000-square-foot plant in Cleveland, Ohio.

The 26,000-square-foot expansion at Kuantan includes the installation of a new, high-speed SMT line to support customer demand and increase production capacity. The facility is currently delivering systems for the healthcare and semiconductor equipment industries.

“As a strategic manufacturing partner, we have built a solid reputation for delivering agile solutions and excellent customer service,” said Michael Leahan, Chief Operating Officer at TT Electronics. “We continue to invest in our global facilities and supply chain resources to directly support customer growth, and we are excited to announce significant expansion to our footprint in our GMS division.”

“Whether customers are seeking best-value-geographies for their product, risk mitigation against geopolitical uncertainties, or looking to reduce their carbon footprint by manufacturing locally to the end market—TT is well-positioned to support their needs,” said Leahan.

The new facility in Mexicali is on track to be operational in early 2024 and will provide a significant increase in capacity for customers in North America for electronic manufacturing services and high-level assemblies.


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