New in Town

Arbor Sys Group, 3131 Princeton Pike, Building 4, Suite 210, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-843-0225; fax, 609-843-0236. Mary E. Muscavage, office manager. Home page:

Business and technology consultants Arbor Sys Group has opened an office in Lawrenceville. The firm concentrates on regulated industries such as government and healthcare.

Crosstown Moves

ZRG Inc., 100 Overlook Center, Second Floor, Princeton 08540; 609-275-6600; fax, 609-275-6677. Steve Tosches, managing director. Home page:

ZRG, an executive search firm, has moved its area office from Lawrence Commons to Overlook Center.

An international firm headquartered in Roxborough, Massachusetts, ZRG specializes in consulting and advisory services for executive clients. The firm also provides personnel services in Latin America and Europe.

Leaving Town

Morphochem Inc., 11 Deer Park Drive, Monmouth Junction 08852.

Morphochem, a Munich-based pharmaceutical research and development firm founded in 1997 and operated locally by Joann Lingying, has left its offices in South Brunswick.

In 2005 Morphochem, formerly Small Molecule Therapeutics, was acquired by Vienna-based Biovartis, a privately-held biotechnology company that discovers and develops novel classes of small molecule antibiotics to overcome bacterial resistance mechanisms.

The firm continued to operate in the Princeton Corporate Plaza until earlier this month. The firm’s offices here are empty, and its phone has been disconnected.

VO Capital LP, 100 Overlook Center, Princeton 08540.

VO Capital, an investment firm specializing in mergers and acquisitions, appears to have left its offices on Overlook Drive.

The company’s website is down, its offices are vacant, and its phone no longer connects. There is no further information.

Designer Doors Direct Inc., 2901 Brunswick Pike, Lawrenceville.

Designer Doors USA, a Marlboro-based seller and distributor of high-end residential doors, has left its Lawrenceville location. The company now operates entirely out of Marlboro and can be reached at 732-683-9989.

ECM Maritime Services LLC, 5 Independence Way, Suite 309, Princeton 08540; 609-514-0202; fax, 609-514-0122. Sanjiv Beri, CEO. Home page:

ECM Maritime Services has left its offices on Independence Way.

A leading authority on maritime regulatory consulting, compliance, emergency preparedness and response management services, the firm no longer operates in New Jersey. According to the company, the Princeton office’s 10 employees were “placed other places.”

ECM was founded in 1990, shortly after the Exxon Valdez spill in Alaska. It was the first company to be founded after Congress passed the Oil Pollution Act of 1990. The firm opened its Princeton office in 2006, already armed with a cadre of major clients, including the U.S. Coast Guard, Chevron Texaco, Exxon Mobil, and Keystone Shipping.

No reason was given for the closing.

The firm is headquartered in Connecticut and still operates offices in Washington, D.C., Virginia, Texas, California, Europe, and Japan.


Salvatore Lanzetta, 54, on November 8. He worked at Best Buy in West Windsor.

David L. Tchorni, 54, on November 6. He worked in operations for ETS for more than 30 years.

Robin A. Raynor, 53, on November 6. A Hamilton resident, he was employed by UPS.

Peter J. McCrohan, 95, on November 4. A former Princeton chief of police, he was a founder of the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad.

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