VACOM invests $90 million to build manufacturing plant in Montana

Dec. 11, 2023
The new 40,000-square-foot plant will enable the production of vacuum mechanics, electrical feedthroughs, vacuum measurement technology, vacuum optics, and cleaning technology.

VACOM has announced plans to open a new manufacturing plant in Lewistown, Montana. The German manufacturing company will invest $90 million into the project, generating 500 new jobs for the area. The new 40,000-square-foot plant will enable the production of vacuum mechanics, electrical feedthroughs, vacuum measurement technology, vacuum optics, and cleaning technology.

In a recent quote, Montan Governor Greg Gianforte said, “Our state is made stronger when companies like VACOM choose to do business in Montana, providing our kids and grandkids the opportunity to thrive in a good-paying job, and raise their family in the community they love. We’re thrilled to welcome VACOM, and the many good-paying jobs and opportunities it will bring, to Lewistown.”



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