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PharmaForce Expands in New Albany and Hilliard, Ohio

PharmaForce Inc., a privately held pharmaceutical R&D and manufacturing company, will expand two of its existing facilities in Hilliard and New Albany, Ohio. The company plans to invest approximately $145 million and creating 80 jobs in the Columbus Region.

According to Columbus 2020, PharmaForce will add approximately 140,000 square feet to its New Albany facility to build out its manufacturing and warehouse operations. The company will also reconfigure and remodel a portion of the existing warehouse and production space. In Hilliard, PharmaForce will remodel and add 1,800 square feet to its existing facility, with plans to invest in new production equipment and supporting infrastructure.

Construction and remodeling will take place in 2018, with hiring for packaging, mechanical, sterile, quality assurance and validation beginning in Q1 and late 2018 for the New Albany and Hilliard facilities respectively.

“Our operations in New Albany and Hilliard have played a critical role in the growth of our company, and the investment in our manufacturing, warehouse and R&D capabilities supports that growth,” said PharmaForce Vice President & General Manager Dante Serricchio.

“PharmaForce’s commitment to Hilliard and the jobs the company provides to Columbus Region residents make it an important component to our community’s success,” said David Meadows, Economic Development Director, City of Hilliard.

“We are proud to see PharmaForce expand across the Columbus Region and excited to welcome the growth of its manufacturing capabilities as well as its research and production operations in New Albany,” said Jennifer Chrysler, Director of Community Development, City of New Albany.

“We’re thrilled to partner with PharmaForce on this latest investment, which is a testimony to its talented Ohio employees and effectiveness of its growing Hilliard and New Albany operations,” said JobsOhio Senior Managing Director for Biohealth Aaron Pitts.

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