Texas Instruments to Create 800 Jobs in Right to Work Utah
Texas Instruments plans to soon create 800 new jobs in Right to Work Lehi, Utah. This comes as a result of a new facility in the area. In order to accomplish these incredible economic feats, the company is investing $11 billion toward the project. So this is exciting news!
From Area Development Magazine:
“Our decision to build a second fab in Lehi underscores our commitment to Utah, and is a testament to the talented team there who will lay the groundwork for another important chapter in TI’s future. […] With the anticipated growth of semiconductors in electronics, particularly in industrial and automotive, and the passage of the CHIPS and Science Act, there is no better time to further invest in our internal manufacturing capacity.” […]
“We’re excited Texas Instruments has decided to build a second factory in Lehi. […] This new factory will bring significant capital investment to the state along with hundreds of high-tech jobs. This is a big win for the state and Lehi City.” […]
“The federal government recognized at the front end of the pandemic that our country’s reliance on overseas semiconductor manufacturing is a national security issue. This project is the direct result of significant investment in strengthening our country’s supply chain. […] Texas Instruments’ commitment to investing in Utah will have a transformational impact on Lehi and Utah’s manufacturing industry.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
To read the previous economic update on Right to Work states, click here.