16,000
advanced manufacturing jobs

48%
of industry jobs are in computer and electronic product manufacturing

5% job growth
projected in the next 5 years

Sources: Valley Vision, Emsi | Photo credit: Placer County / Erik Bergen

Greater Sacramento offers the resources, infrastructure and workforce required for advanced manufacturing operations to thrive. The Port of West Sacramento, a Foreign Trade Zone, and major east-west and north-south freeways offer seamless connection and potential cost savings while local manufacturing initiatives ensure skilled labor is always on-hand.

Advanced manufacturing success stories

Siemens Mobility

Advanced Manufacturing / Mobility
Established in Sacramento in 1984, the growing 60-acre manufacturing campus employs over 1,500, up from 1,000 in 2016.

Intel

Tech
The state and local communities have invested over $11 million in local infrastructure to support Intel’s Folsom campus, which was established in 1984 and now employs close to 6,000.

Tesco Controls

Advanced Manufacturing
Tesco’s 125,000-sq.-ft. state-of-the-art manufacturing and technical services facility is headquartered in Sacramento with five other locations nationwide.

Support for a skilled manufacturing workforce

The Sacramento Valley Manufacturing Initiative is an industry-lead collaboration to build and sustain a robust manufacturing sector in Greater Sacramento. The Initiative works with educational institutions and training providers to create a sustainable pipeline of skilled manufacturing talent.

Top advanced manufacturing employers in Greater Sacramento

wdt_ID Company Location type Employee count Type
1 Intel Branch 6,000 Semiconductors
2 PRIDE Industries Headquarters 3,036 Manufacturing and service solutions
3 Siemens Industry Inc. Branch 1,200 Industrial machinery
4 Micron Technology Branch 500 Semiconductors
5 TSI Semiconductors Headquarters 252 Semiconductors

Source: Sacramento Business Journal Book of Lists 2019