Oxford Pharmaceuticals Plans $29.4 Million Manufacturing Facility In Birmingham, Alabama
Oxford Chairman John Hoffmire said Birmingham was chosen over other locations because of its workforce, its robust health care sector, and a recruitment effort that included a number of teams.
“Oxford Pharmaceuticals has made the decision to locate a new state-of-the-art pharmaceutical facility in Birmingham over other competing markets because of many positive factors, including a good employment base, a great history of health care-related businesses in Alabama and a tremendous recruiting effort by the state, county, and city leaders,” Hoffmire said.
Oxford worked closely with the Alabama Department of Commerce, AIDT, the City of Birmingham, the Jefferson County Commission, the Jefferson County Economic Industrial Development Authority, and the Birmingham Business Alliance on the project. Incentives totaling nearly $5 million have been committed to the project.
Oxford will be able to take advantage of free rent from Innovation Depot through the Birmingham business incubator’s “Soft Landing” program until its facility is operational. It will also receive life sciences and pharmaceutical consulting from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
“This announcement is testament to the strong pro-business climate that we have worked to create in Alabama,” Governor Robert Bentley said today at the BBA’s 2014 Governor’s Luncheon. “Two hundred jobs is a major announcement for any town, and these are the types of high-quality jobs that we have targeted for Alabama.”
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