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May 6, 2024

Stafford manufacturer to add 124 CT jobs in next seven years

Courtesy Photo Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont speaks outside TTM Technologies Inc. in Stafford.

A Stafford-based manufacturer is adding more than 120 jobs in the state with an expansion at two of its facilities, the company announced Monday.

Technology manufacturer TTM Technologies Inc. plans to create and retain 124 new jobs at its two facilities over the next seven years. If it meets those new job targets, the company will be eligible for up to $867,155 in tax rebates from the state Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD).

Gov. Ned Lamont joined representatives from DECD and AdvanceCT in Stafford on Monday to announce the expansion.

"TTM is one of our larger manufacturers, employing more than 600 people in the state," Lamont said. "I am thrilled that they are growing their business here in Connecticut and leveraging what we know is one of the top talent pools and workforces in the country."

TTM Technologies Inc. said it builds radio frequency components, microwave/microelectronic assemblies and advanced printed circuit boards for customers across the globe.

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