The new 10,000-square-meter center will supply molecular, protein and cell biology products, which are expected to open up new opportunities in global markets.
"Our aim is to continue investing in expansion in Vilnius. We believe that this investment is a huge opportunity to grow," Alan Malus, executive vice-president of Thermo Fisher Scientific, said at a news conference on Wednesday.
The company received 7.1 million litas in EU funding for the equipment of the laboratories, which were built by Eikos Statyba, a local construction company.
Thermo Fisher Scientific employs a worldwide workforce of 39,000 and has annual revenue of 12 billion US dollars.