The site, which will allow the packaging of deluxe and limited edition whiskies and gins to be finished by hand, was officially unveiled by Her Royal Highness (HRH) the Princess Royal on a visit to Scotland yesterday.
Skilled workers within the distiller's 700 staff in Paisley have been selected to work in the hall, where the packaging and presentation of brands under the Chivas Regal, Royal Salute, The Glenlivet, Beefeater and Ballantine's ranges will take place. A range of limited edition malts are being bottled on site.
Many products packaged at Prestige Hall, including The Royal Salute Diamond Tribute, which fetches $270 in travel retail markets, head to the Far East.
Prestige Hall was developed under an ongoing commitment by Chivas to invest £40 million a year in its operations.
HRH the Princess Royal met key employees on the tour and was accompanied by Laurent Lacassagne, chairman and chief executive of Chivas Brothers, and Chivas manufacturing director Alister McIntosh.