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Since its founding by Jon and Lucia Leber in 1991, VEMAS has grown exponentially, exceeding industry growth figures several times over.

VEMAS produced its first PCB in April of 1992 in a 2,500 square foot production facility. The company more than doubled its space 18 months later when it moved to Exchange Street in Middlebury. By 1995, increased demand prompted an expansion to 10,000 square feet to accommodate additional technology. In 1995, VEMAS earned a "Grow Vermont" award from the Vermont Chamber of Commerce and Vermont Business Magazine identified VEMAS as the second fastest growing manufacturing company in Vermont in 1996.

In 1998, another expansion took the company's production space to 28,000 square feet, which was followed by INC. Magazine naming VEMAS the 225th fastest growing privately held company in the U.S.

In July 2005, VEMAS purchased the vacant Williams Machine Shop in Poultney, VT. The new VEMAS complex consists of 4 buildings.

The main manufacturing building, 23000 sq ft, an assembly building, 10000 sq ft, sales office building, 3000 sq ft and a maintenance building, 2400 sq ft. This new acquisition allowed the company to kick off a complete overhaul of the facilities to meet the increasing manufacturing needs of the company.

In June 2007, VEMAS relocated to it’s new State of The Art Manufacturing Facility in Poultney, VT.


During the grand opening ceremony, Governor Jim Douglas aided Lucia and Jon Leber in cutting the Ribbon along with hundreds of curious town people. It was a great day with a constant stream of guided tours being lead through the manufacturing facility.

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