TT Electronics to create centre of excellence

Posted on 27 May 2018 and read 341 times
TT Electronics to create centre of excellenceNorthumberland-based TT Electronics, a global provider of engineered electronics for performance-critical applications, is spending £3 million to create a centre of excellence to support its growth plans.

Its AS9100-certified Bedlington facility is home to the design and production of its microelectronic hybrid circuits and specialist current sensing, circuit protection and signal conditioning product lines.

This follows a £1 million investment in a Class 6 clean-room (opened in 2016) and an automated production line.

TT Electronics (www.ttelectronics.com) currently employs around 310 people in Bedlington, up more than 25% since 2015.

It also runs a successful apprenticeship programme and more jobs are expected to be created once the new facility has been completed.

CEO Richard Tyson said: “Bedlington is the home of our global current sensing, circuit protection and signal conditioning development team, and it is an important centre for innovation in new product introduction and customisation.

“This investment demonstrates our continued commitment to our people, customers and the local community.”

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