State-by-State Impact: Montana

The consumer packaged goods industry makes an impact in communities across Montana.

The food, beverage, household and personal care products we make have a positive impact on the lives of every person, every day.

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Impact in Montana

The CPG industry is a force for good in Montana. The products residents rely on to power their day have a massive impact on the state’s economy.

63 K

State Jobs

Employment

5,000

Direct

$2.4 B

Total Income

Labor Income

$209 M

Direct

$4.1 B

Contribution to GDP

Value Added

$382 M

Direct

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Coca-Cola continues investment in Missoula County

A new Coca-Cola distribution center is coming to Missoula County, replacing an older facility that has served the region for 50 years. The new 69,500-square-foot location is a multimillion dollar reinvestment in the community and will double the space for the facility’s 55 employees to distribute more than 600 different Coca-Cola products.

“As the beverage business expands and changes and consumer tastes expand and change, we’re carrying a lot more products than we used to,” said Trevor Messinger, president and CEO at Coca-Cola Bottling Co. High Country. “We need that space to expand as a beverage company and carry the things that consumers want.”

The new facility will also be closer to the interstate and allow easier access for trucks, mitigating the supply chain issues the old site experienced in its residential location.

Source, photo: Missoula Current

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The new 69,000-square-foot location is a multimillion dollar reinvestment in the community and will double the space for the plant’s 55 employees to distribute more than 600 different coke products.