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Copy Playback Speed 2 1.75 1.50 1.25 Normal 0.50 Video Quality Play/Pause >> Mute/Unmute 0:00 / 0:00 Settings Closed Captions Picture in Picture Cast Fullscreen Play/Pause >> Mute/Unmute 0:00 / 0:00 Settings Closed Captions Cast Fullscreen GLENDIVE — Glendive is a small town in far Eastern Montana with little local opportunity, but that is about to change. Brixtel Defense , a national ammunition company based out of Virginia, recently decided to expand its business with a $125 million facility in Glendive. The expansion is expected to create hundreds of Montana jobs. Brixtel focuses on creating small, medium and large caliber ammunition, as well as propellants for the United States military. As global turmoil and war increases, so does the demand for ammunition. Brixtel was looking to expand — and expand fast — to meet this rising demand. The ribbon on a new factory in Montana was cut on Wednesday, January 10, 2024, with Brixtel employees, local residents and Gov. Greg Gianforte attending the celebration. Jimmy Slaughter, chief strategy officer at Brixtel Defense, says the company chose Montana for the expansion because of the labor force’s work ethic and the legislative support of the Second Amendment. “We’re all homegrown, American workers. In Glendive, in Montana and other small towns all across the country because it’s the way you were raised,” Slaughter said at the ceremony. The national ammunition company Brixtel Defense recently decided to expand its business with a $125 million facility in Glendive. The expansion is expected to create hundreds of Montana jobs. Slaughter also called the state “business-friendly,” which Gov. Gianforte attributes to his push to expand Montana business and create more jobs. “I ran for office […]
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