The bottling facility replaces one at Broxburn and will meet growing demand for Glenmorangie’s brands in world markets.
Livingston was chosen because of its transport links and its proximity to the old site, meaning that skilled members of the existing workforce have been retained.
The move comes a week after Glenmorangie relocated its head office to central Edinburgh.
Chief executive Paul Neep said: “As a company we are very focused on growing our premium single malt whisky brands – Glenmorangie and Ardbeg.
“We now have a new, made-for-purpose, bottling facility to support our objectives.”