Manufacturing for Industrial
Manufacturing for all industrial markets including products made from chemicals, composites, electronics, plastics, polymers, metal, stone, textiles and wood.
Manufacturing in Vermont accounts for $2.8 billion (9%) of the state’s gross domestic product. Manufacturing, through engineering, skilled labor, technology, and innovation, is the process by which raw materials are transformed into finished goods for both industrial and consumer applications. Such finished goods range from hand-crafted furniture to complex products such as aircraft components and semiconductor chips. The Vermont Chamber’s recent legislative win in expanding the manufacturing tax exemption (effective July 2022) is an essential economic development tool and incentive.