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Moog Inc. to Expand in Montgomery County, Investing $10.7 Million and Creating 75 New Jobs

Feb 16, 2021, 14:15 PM
February 16, 2021

Moog's new facility in Christiansburg
Photo Credit: Poe & Cronk

Governor Ralph Northam announced today that Moog Inc. will expand their operations in Montgomery County, investing $10.7 million to transfer jobs and equipment from an exisiting Blacksburg facility to a larger building in the Falling Branch Corporate Park (FBCP) in Christiansburg. The additional 80,000 square feet in the new location will also allow for the creation of 75 new jobs, and will support increased demand for Moog's slip ring products.  

Moog will move into a roughly 102,000 square foot building in the FBCP that was formerly home to DISH Network, LLC. 

Read the full Governor's announcement for Moog's expansion here

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