Biotech firm moving headquarters to Salem
The company, which purchased the assets of Roush Life Sciences at the end of last year and began doing business as Foxx Life Sciences on Jan. 1, recently signed a lease to move its world headquarters to 6 Delaware Drive.
The company's sales and marketing staff have been operating out of Salem, but with the new Delaware Drive location, Taylor said the company will now be able to bring all its operations, including manufacturing, under one roof.
Currently, Foxx Life Sciences has 18 full- and part-time employees, but Taylor said the company is growing and that the new 18,302-square-foot leased space will give Foxx the room it needs to expand.
Taylor was the president of Roush Life Sciences for five years before acquiring the assets of that company last year. Before joining Roush in 2008, he was the president of Nypro Life Sciences, a division of Nypro, Inc., a billion-dollar global manufacturer of custom plastics.
As Taylor has pulled together the new company and the subsequent lease of the new space in Salem, he said it has been with the help of several New Hampshire business. Bank of America in New Hampshire helped Taylor pull together the capital needed to help the business grow while the century-old Manchester-based McLane Law Firm assisted with the acquisition of Roush Life Sciences.
"We worked together closely to understand their specific needs and came up with a real estate solution that properly matched their situation," Healey said. "We wish Foxx Life Sciences well as they take on the next stage in their corporate growth."
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