North Carolina: Abzena to create a manufacturing plant in Sanford

North Carolina: Abzena to create a manufacturing plant in Sanford

Raleigh, NC (STL.News) Abzena Holdings (US) LLC, a life sciences contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO), will locate a significant biopharmaceutical manufacturing site in Lee County, creating 325 jobs and investing $213 million in Sanford, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.

“Abzena recognized North Carolina as a leader in biotechnology and knew this was the right place to develop and manufacture new medicines and grow their business,” said Governor Cooper.

Abzena, with headquarters in San Diego, California and sites in Bristol, Pennsylvania and Cambridge, United Kingdom offers its customers solutions in integrated early discovery to mid-phase pharmaceutical production.  Working with companies and academic groups from around the world, including many of the top biopharmaceutical brands, Abzena supports the development and manufacture of better treatments for patients.  The company’s project in Lee County will establish a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility featuring a design optimized for phase 3 and commercial manufacturing of biologics.  Using a phased construction approach, the company will initially build four modular production suites, with each of those suites capable of housing two large bioreactors.

“We are very appreciative for the entire team representing North Carolina for their partnership and the office of U.S. Senator Thom Tillis during the decision process” said Jonathan Goldman MD, CEO of Abzena. 

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