The varied line spacing plane grating monochromator (VLS-PGM) has been constructed for an industry application beamline using soft x-rays from the 1.4 GeV storage ring in Saga, which is the first synchrotron in Kyushu Island. The design aim of the VLS-PGM is to cover the wide-energy range from 40-1,000 eV and also to have medium resolving power, high throughput, better reproducibility and suppression of higher-order light. In order to cover the wide energy range with suppressing higher-order light, a set of three focusing mirrors and one grating is installed. The resolving power expected from the ray-tracing calculation using SHADOW is more than 5,000 with 10 micron slits. The conventional photoelectron spectrometer is installed with an ion gun, a flood gun and a twin-anode x-ray source. The instrument for XAFS measurement is also attached to the main chamber.