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Now Hiring: Montana Precision Products is looking for people to grow with company

Original article, Montana Standard, June 24, 2018

Montana Precision Products is on the hunt for new employees.

The company has been growing like crazy recently, more than doubling in size since its founding in 2012, when the company started with around 60 employees. As of April, it boasted about 168 employees and plans to grow by 30 percent from 2018 to 2019 and another 10 percent the year after that.

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Montana Precision Products continues vision for growth with $210,800 trust fund grant

Original article by ANNIE PENTILLA anne.pentilla@mtstandard.com May 7, 2018

Montana Precision Products is creating new jobs in Butte, in part thanks to a grant of up to $210,800 from the state’s Big Sky Economic Development Trust Fund program.

With those funds, company officials told The Montana Standard, the manufacturer plans to purchase and update equipment and create 31 new positions.

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Montana Precision Products plans to grow by 80 to 100 employees, executives say

by Annie Pentilla anne.pentilla@mtstandard.com Jul 8, 2016

Montana Precision Products—an industrial- and aerospace-parts manufacturer located just outside Butte on Rick Jones Way—has plans to grow by 80 to 100 employees by 2020, says company general manager Chris Eurich.

According to Eurich, the expansion will be thanks to a new piece of equipment Montana Precision purchased last month from KEA Automation — a company from Telford, U.K., that makes automated systems for the casting industry.

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