Vectra formulating a new HQ in St. Louis
ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Specialty chemical company Vectra is establishing its headquarters in St. Louis. The firm, which is moving into the into the PNC Building in Clayton, is bringing 30 jobs to St. Louis.
Formerly known as the OM Group, Vectra is comprised of three businesses, Vacuumschmelze, EaglePicher Technologies, and Borchers, that are recognized as global leaders and have set the standard in their respective industries for over 100 years.
Jim Voss, the Company’s president and CEO said, “The relocation and the name change to VECTRA are emblematic of the new strategic direction we are undertaking to accelerate the growth of the businesses and drive them to their full potential. The name VECTRA symbolizes our renewed focus on driving this growth and operational excellence across all of the businesses. VECTRA has been proud to call Clevelandits home; however, with this new chapter ahead, we are excited to hit the ground running in St. Louis. The relocation will not affect any of the employees working within the three segments including their respective divisional offices or manufacturing facilities. Most importantly, we are very excited to continue to work closely with our talented and dedicated global team in each of our industry-leading segments.”
Vectra is a technology-driven, diversified industrial company serving attractive global markets, including automotive systems, electronic devices, aerospace and defense, industrial and medical.
Source: PR Newswire