A Golden Anniversary for Global Leader in Stafford

January 5, 2015

TTM Technologies Rob Klatell (Chairman), Tom Edman (President & CEO), and Doug Soder (President of North America) U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, State Sen. Tony Guglielmo and State Rep. Kurt Vail

Hartford, CT – Stafford recently celebrated a golden anniversary with TTM Technologies. TTM produces printed circuit board products for the United States Department of Defense. State Senator Tony Guglielmo (R-Stafford) joined newly elected State Representative Kurt Vail (R-Stafford) and local dignitaries along with workers and residents in the momentous occasion by presenting a letter of commendation from the state and helping cut the ceremonial ribbon.

“Anytime we can congratulate a job creator like TTM Technologies for continuous business and innovation spanning half a century it is an honor,” said Sen. Guglielmo.

TTM has annual sales of more than $150M, and employs more than 600 people.

“TTM has been a mainstay in Stafford and I’m excited to celebrate this monumental occasion with them. I wish them the best of luck and continued success,” Rep.-elect Vail said.

As part of the company’s year-long celebration, the owners built and installed a new bell tower to replace the original tower that was removed in 1948. According to company officials, prior to its removal in 1948, the bell tower stood atop our mill building for 67 years from when the building was built in 1881.

Guests were offered a tour of the facility to see how the product is made and to meet employees. TTM Technologies is listed on NASDAQ, and has a headquartered in Costa Mesa, California with operations in the United States and China.

The letter given by Guglielmo and Vail will be framed and proudly displayed in the TTM Technologies main customer conference room.