Mettler-Toledo Rainin, expanded operations in Vacaville’s Interchange Business Park, a transaction that represents another advancement of the City of Vacaville, CA’s plans to expand its biotechnology footprint, according to city officials.

Rainin, a part of the Mettler Toledo family, manufactures liquid handling instruments and consumables for the life sciences industry.

“We are excited to expand our manufacturing operations in Vacaville,” said Werner Maas, general manager for Rainin. “The City of Vacaville has been welcoming and accommodating, giving us the confidence that we will be successful here! The high cost and scarcity of real estate in the central Bay was one of the key considerations in our decision to expand operations here.”

The purchase of the 93,240 ft2 facility moves Vacaville one more step forward in solidifying itself as a global center for biomanufacturing, noted Vacaville Mayor Ron Rowlett.

“As we continue to attract more biomanufacturing and medical device companies, Rainin will help to strengthen the City’s biotech eco-system,” he continued. “We will work with Rainin through our Biotechnology Fast Track permitting program to get this expanded site up and operational as quickly as possible, and we will continue to connect them to the resources they need to be successful in Vacaville.”

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