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Germany-Based VACOM Plans Lewistown, Montana, Operations

Germany-based VACOM, a supplier of vacuum components and measurement technology, plans to establish operations in Lewistown, Montana. The $90 million project is expected to create 500 jobs by 2029.

The new 40,000-square-foot facility will serve as the company’s American headquarters.

“We are looking forward to working together with Montanans,” said VACOM CEO Jens Bergner. “They are great people!”

VACOM is a family-held business specializing in vacuum components, measurement technology and other products used in a variety of high-tech applications, from microscopes to microchips.

“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,” noted Governor Greg Gianforte. “We’re thrilled to welcome VACOM, and the many good-paying jobs and opportunities it will bring, to Lewistown.”

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