RSS   Newsletter   Contact   Advertise with us

Danfoss to establish new manufacturing operations in Utica, N.Y.

Staff Writer | March 24, 2017
Danfoss, one of the world's leading suppliers of power electronics, HVAC and mobile hydraulic solutions, will establish packaging operations in the Computer Chip Commercialization Center in Utica, N.Y.
New jobs   Computer Chip Commercialization Center
This project is expected to create at least 300 new jobs. The State continues to invest in completing and fitting out the packaging facility at QUAD-C.

Danfoss is expected to be operational and serving its customers, including General Electric, in the Mohawk Valley by early 2018.

Danfoss, which is headquartered in Denmark and employs more than 24,000 staff across the globe, will occupy the entire QUAD-C facility in Utica, which includes two cleanrooms, lab and office space.

This project supports and advances the New York Power Electronics Manufacturing Consortium, a public-private partnership along the Upstate corridor in developing the next generation of semiconductor materials and packaging to enable the creation of smaller, faster and more efficient mobile devices.

This facility will allow Danfoss Silicon Power to better serve its US customer base and will bring cost efficiency and quality manufacturing to the fast growing Silicon Carbide industry.

Danfoss Silicon Power, one of the world’s leading, independent custom power module manufacturers, serving the automotive, renewable energy and industrial sectors, chose New York for the state’s strong technology ecosystem and skilled workforce.

The QUAD-C facility expands the company’s presence in the U.S. and complements the output of its Flensburg, Germany operations.