Canadian circuit board manufacturer CTI America Corp. is moving into Maryland.
The Ontario-based tech company plans to invest in a $10 million new facility, bringing at least 80 jobs to the state, according to The Baltimore Business Journal. The Maryland Department of Commerce is working with CTI to finalize a location, which the company expects have operational within 12 months.
The announcement comes while [Governor Larry] Hogan is in Canada on a trade mission which includes stops in Toronto and Montreal.
Hogan toured Circuit Tech Inc.’s facility in Markham, Ontario, with company executives. CTI makes printed circuit boards that are used in the defense, space, aerospace, medical equipment, industrial network and telecommunication market segments.
Hogan said in a statement he enjoyed the tour and is “thrilled” the company has chosen to open its new facility in Maryland.