AdSEND/Vio Worldwide Inc., 101 Interchange Plaza, Suite 102, Cranbury 08512; 609-642-1100; fax, 609-409-3390. Rick Dool, CEO. www.adsend.com
AdSEND, which does streamlining and branding for online supply chains, has acquired CertiFyle, a Manalapan-based provider of advertising validation and delivery services, for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition allows AdSEND to provide integrated print media services for corporations, advertising agencies, and print publishers.
Orchid Cellmark Inc. (ORCH), 4390 Route 1 North, Princeton 08540; 609-750-2200; fax, 609-750-6405. Thomas A. Bologna, CEO. www.orchid.com
Orchid Cellmark, a provider of identity genetics services for the forensic, paternity, and public health industries, has been acquired by LabCorp for $85.4 million.
LabCorp, a DNA identity testing firm based in North Carolina, operates 38 testing centers in the United States. According to the company, the acquisition of Orchid Cellmark will strengthen its brand name in DNA testing and establish LabCorp in the U.K., where Orchid Cellmark has contracts with police agencies.
Orchid Cellmark’s board of directors has approved the acquisition. The transaction is expected to close by summer. The company did not state whether it would stay in Princeton.
American Android Corp., 301 North Harrison Street, Suite 242, Princeton 08540; 609-924-4490; fax, 609-924-2905. David Handelman, president. www.americanandroid.com
American Android Corp., which conducts research and development for robotics, has moved from Charlton Street to Princeton Shopping Center
FBM Baking Machines Inc., 1 Corporate Drive, Cranbury 08512; 609-860-0577; fax, 609-860-0576. Olivier Frot, general manager.
FBM, which imports and distributes bakery equipment, has moved from 2666 Route 130 to Corporate Drive in Cranbury.
Fitz and Floyd, 830 Bear Tavern Road, Suite 303, Ewing 08628; 609-916-0201; fax, 800-328-9955. Steve Baram, president. www.fitzandfloyd.com
Fitz and Floyd, a manufacturer of tabletop china, has moved from 429 Riverview Plaza in Trenton to Bear Tavern Road in Ewing.
Just two years ago the company had moved from Dallas to Trenton, into the city where Lenox and Boehm Porcelain began. At the time Steve Baram, president of the company, said that Trenton’s history of turning out first rate china played no part in his company’s relocation from Texas. The move was part of an acquisition by Manhattan-based Vertex, which specializes in buying distressed businesses. The move also was somewhat of a homecoming for Baram, who grew up in Bucks County.
The move to Bear Tavern Road puts the company close to I-295 and closer to Bucks County.
Kidsbridge, 4556 South Broad Street, Second Floor, Box 4561, Trenton 08620; 609-581-0239; fax, 609-581-0293. Lynne Azarchi, executive director. www.kidsbridgemuseum.org.
Kidsbridge, an in-school violence prevention and character education program operated in conjunction with the Tolerance Museum at the College of New Jersey, has moved from Chambersburg Station to South Broad Street in Trenton.
Marketing Edge, 1555 Ruth Road, Units 1&2, North Brunswick 08902; 732-658-1540; fax. www.medge.com
Marketing Edge, a marketing, promotion, and advertising firm specializing in new media, has moved from Georges Road to Ruth Road in North Brunswick.
Medical Accessories Inc., 448 Whitehead Road, Hamilton 08619; 609-890-8304; fax, 609-890-0638. Janis G. Ziedonis, CEO/technical director.
Medical Accessories Inc., which develops ultrasound technology, transducers, and accessories used in fetal monitoring, has moved from 92 Youngs Road to Whitehead Road in Hamilton.
North American Cast Iron Products (NACIP), 1460 Livingston Avenue, Building 300, North Brunswick 08902; 732-745-7900; fax, 732-745-7903. Edard Chakrebanty, regional manager. www.nacipinc.com
NACIP, an importer and distributor of iron and ductile castings and fittings, has moved its offices from Princeton-Hightstown Road to North Brunswick.
Semandex Networks Inc., 5 Independence Way, Suite 309, Princeton 08540; 866-733-6263; fax, 609-858-7428. Daniel Reininger, president and CEO. www.semandex.net.
Semandex, developers of Tango and Salsadb applications that turn disparate data into connected intelligence, has moved from 201 Washington Road to Independence Way.
Integra LifeSciences Holdings Corporation (IART), 313 Enterprise Drive, Plainsboro 08536; 609-936-3600; fax, 609-275-5363. Stuart M. Essig, CEO. www.integra-ls.com
Integra LifeSciences, a developer of medical devices, implants, and biomedicine for cranial and spinal disorders and soft tissue damage, has opened a new facility in Medina, Ohio, to house its expanding spinal implant business. According to the company, the facility features a state-of-the art prototype shop and a medical device mechanical testing laboratory.
The Medina facility expands Integra’s presence in Ohio. Integra has another facility in the greater Cincinnati area, where it manufactures and distributes cranial surgical stabilization systems, distributes many of its extremity reconstruction products; and has marketing and product development for its upper extremities and neurosurgical businesses.
RBC Bearings (ROLL), 400 Sullivan Way, West Trenton 08628; 609-882-5050; fax, 609-882-5533. Rick Edwards, VP & general manager. www.rbcbearings.com
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited RBC Bearings of Trenton with 21 violations of work safety codes and could fine the company more than $88,000.
RBC, which manufactures industrial and aerospace precision bearings, was cited for allegedly failing to conduct a hazard assessment, provide employees with chemical splash goggles and safety goggles, develop a lockout/tagout program for energy sources, perform required inspections on powered industrial vehicles, perform required inspections of hoist chains and hooks, properly guard machinery, properly mount electrical equipment, and label a chemical drum with a required warning.
Overall, OSHA cited RBC with 19 serious violations and two lesser ones that include allegedly failing to properly complete the OSHA 300 log and for using live light fixtures that lacked bulbs and covers, creating a safety hazard.
“Many of the identified violations leave workers exposed to hazards that can cause injury and possible death,” said Paula Dixon-Roderick, OSHA’s area director in Marlton. “It is vital that the company abate these hazards as soon as possible to ensure a safe work environment for its employees.”
Tobira Therapeutics Inc., 198 Route 9 North, Suite 200, Manalapan 07726; 732-863-5980; fax, 732-863-5987. Andrew Hindman, president and CEO. www.tobiratherapeutics.com
Tobira Therapeutics, a developer of drugs for infectious diseases like AIDS, has named Andrew Hindman its new president and CEO.
Hindman succeeds James Sapirstein, who now serves as a strategic advisor for the HIV/AIDS market at MusclePharm Corp., a Denver-based developer of supplements for athletes.
Hindman is a veteran of the pharmaceutical industry, having been a senior vice president for corporate development at Nodality and a vice president of corporate development at Onyx Pharmaceuticals.
Hindman holds a bachelor’s in biochemistry and economics from Wesleyan University and an MBA in finance from Columbia.
Advanced Medical Systems, 1239 Parkway Avenue, West Trenton. www.advmedsys.com
Advanced Medical Systems, which develops materials management software for hospitals, has moved from West Trenton to Langhorne, Pennsylvania. The company can still be reached at its New Jersey number, 609-882-6889.
Aiello Associates, 700 Sloan Avenue, Hamilton 08619. Frank S. Aiello AIA, principal.
Architect Frank Aiello, whose firm specializes in commercial buildings, industrial complexes, and healthcare facilities, has moved his practice to Sea Girt. The firm can be reached at 732-449-3231.
BCU Risk Advisors, 212 Carnegie Center, Princeton. www.bcuriskadvisors.com
The Princeton office of BCU Risk Advisors, an insurance and risk management firm for high-net worth individuals, has been closed. All business from that office is now being conducted from the company’s Mount Holly office, which can be reached at 856-780-5925. Wayne Salley, who ran the Carnegie Center office, is now President at WS Risk Management Consulting in Pittstown.
Celebrations Magazine, Box 1034, Hightstown.
Celebrations, a web magazine for social and corporate events planners, apparently has ceased publication. The company’s phone number is out of service and its website down. The company’s post office box in Hightstown also appears closed, as mail has been returned with no forwarding address.
Comerica Bank and Trust NA (CMA), 100 Overlook Center, Princeton.
Comerica, a Texas-based chain of banks, has left its office at 100 Overlook Center. The company maintains several branches in the west.
Corbeau Technologies, 3 Milkhouse Lane, Lambertville. www.corbeau.biz.
Corbeau Technologies, which develops customized applications and architecture for the travel and financial industries, has moved to Lambertville. The company now operates at 3 Milkhouse Lane, Suite 100, 08630. It can be reached at 609-689-1500.
FocalCool, 25 Lynfield Drive, East Windsor. www.focalcool.com
Focal Cool, which develops technology to cool blood to save ischemic tissue, has left its facilities in East Windsor and now operates in Mullica Hill. The firm can be reached at 856-256-4301.
Foundation Venture Capital Group LLC, 120 Albany Street, New Brunswick. George F. Heinrich MD, CEO. www.foundationventure.com
Foundation Venture Capital Group, which handles equity investments for future technology at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, has moved to Plainfield. The firm can be reached at 908-731-6601.
HeartStone Group (PrimePoint), Route 130, Bordentown. Michael Burkitt, partner. www.primepoint.om.
HeartSTONE (HR consultants) and Primepoint (payroll and HR), have moved from 163 Route 130 in Bordentown to 2 Springside Road in Mt. Holly. The companies can be reached at 888-324-4009 and 800-600-5257, respectively.
Taylor, Wiseman & Taylor, 2007 East Park Boulevard, Cranbury. www.taylorwiseman.com
Taylor, Wiseman & Taylor, a civil engineering and surveying firm, has moved its Cranbury office to Mount Laurel. The company can be reached at 856-235-7200.
Tom Kocubinski Architects, 1143 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville.
Architect Tom Kocubinski has moved his firm to Beach Haven. He can be reached at 609-306-2900.
Winning Edge Communications, 205 Rockingham Way, Princeton. www.winningedgecommunications.com
Winning Edge, an advertising firm that formerly shared office space with Princeton Partners, has left Princeton. There is no forwarding information.
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EZEFlow Inc., 63 Hart Avenue, Hopewell. Marty Capoferri, vice president. www.ezeflow.com
EZEFlow, a Canada-based maker of large pipe fittings for the petrochemical, energy, and gas and oil production industries, has gone out of business. The company had made pipefittings as large as 5 feet in diameter.
Frederick McEliece, 71, on April 10. He was a neurosurgeon at Capital Health System.
Christopher DeRemer, 35, on April 9. He was a paramedic and had worked for Capital Health Systems and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick and Hamilton.
Joseph Hoffman, 77, on April 3. A former state attorney general, he was named Commissioner of Labor and Industry in 1974 and created the state Economic Development Authority.