TT Electronics expands state-of-the-art Bedlington, UK electronics production facility

25 March 2021

TT Electronics’ CEO Richard Tyson opens the new clean room at the company’s state of the art facility in Bedlington. The expansion means new jobs available in disciplines such as finance & engineering.

New clean room expansion marks major milestone in multi-year site investment project.

UK-headquartered global electronics manufacturer, TT Electronics has announced the expansion of its state-of-the-art facility in Bedlington, UK. The recent work completed increases TT’s manufacturing & operational capability to support the enhanced production of the microelectronics, sensors & specialist components designed & developed on site.

The opening of the new ISO 7 clean room, measuring over 1,000 square metres, represents a major milestone and is the latest phase of an investment project which has seen £1.6m already put in place to modernise, redevelop and increase capacity at the Northumberland location.

Richard Tyson, CEO, TT Electronics commented: “The investment in our Bedlington site over recent years has developed the facility into a truly world class operation. We’re delighted to begin supporting new and existing customers with this increased capability.

David Fellows, Operations General Manager of TT Electronics Bedlington said: “Our Bedlington team have always had a reputation for operational excellence. With the expansion of the facility and the opening of our new clean room, we’re looking to maintain that same high level of manufacturing capability, with increased scalability to more rapidly support our customers around the world with the high-reliability solutions they need for their critical programmes.”  

With the expansion of the Bedlington location, the company is also looking to add new talent to the site. Positions are available in multiple departments including Finance and Engineering. Explore current vacancies at: https://www.ttelectronics.com/careers/current-vacancies/


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