TTM Celebrates Grand Opening of Denver West, Colorado


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TTM Technologies, Inc. celebrated the grand opening of its Denver West Building in Littleton, Colorado with government officials, customers, TTM leaders, and employees. The Denver West Building allows TTM to expand its capacity and capabilities to better support customers. The new building doubles the manufacturing floor space to 55,000 square feet, allowing for critical expansion and technology upgrades over the next two years. These changes are part of TTM's plan to create a TTM Center of Excellence for satellite manufacturing in Denver.

Participants in the Grand Opening included representatives from the US Department of Defense, Deputy Director OEDIT Michelle Hadwiger on behalf of Governor Hickenlooper, and Harris Corporation Director of Supply Chain Space & Intelligence Systems Dr. Joseph A. Packard, Ph.D. TTM attendees included Aerospace & Defense / Specialty Business Unit President Phil Titterton and Senior Vice President and General Counsel Dan Weber, along with Denver's employees. "The expansion of the Denver operations was due to increased demand and TTM is proud to financially support Denver's growth for our customers' current and future needs for satellite production," said Phil Titterton.

About TTM

TTM Technologies, Inc. is a leading global printed circuit board ("PCB") manufacturer, focusing on quick-turn and volume production of technologically advanced PCBs, backplane assemblies and electro-mechanical solutions. TTM 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. 

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