WorldWide Life Sciences and Bioplast Manufacturing, two biotechnology companies, recently held their grand openings with plans to create 111 new jobs in Bucks County, Pennsylvania
, over the next three years. Members of the Genesis Biotechnology Group, WorldWide Life Sciences and Bioplast Manufacturing, established a new site in Bristol Township.
Genesis Industrial, LLC, on behalf of GBG, purchased the new site where WWLS and Bioplast will be located. WWLS is a distributor of consumable goods for research, academic and biotechnology laboratories. Bioplast manufactures plastic components used primarily for medical research, clinical diagnostics and biotech environments, products that were previously purchased from companies in China.
“Governor Corbett and I are proud of this administration’s efforts to build a stronger life sciences industry
through the growth of in-state businesses and bringing new companies to Pennsylvania,” Lt. Governor Jim Cawley. “The life sciences industry will continue to be a keystone to Pennsylvania’s economy, and most certainly to our future, not only from an economic perspective, but also from a health perspective.”
“We are proud to support the biotech industry and entrepreneurs
by providing them with the tools they need to transform their ideas into realities and their research into products,” Cawley said. “The commercialization of concepts transforms into manufacturing to thrive and good-paying jobs for Pennsylvanians.”