Heights-USA Inc., 1445 Lower Ferry Road, Ewing 08628; 609-530-1300; fax, 609-530-9430. Tim Philburn, operations manager. www.heights-usa.com.
Heights USA, a manufacturer of printing equipment, is opening a plant in Korea. Heights Korea Limited is a joint venture between the Britain-based printing company and a Korean partner, Song Young Sun. Heights said in a press release that the new company will remanufacture Heights printing plate processors.
The Heights location on Lower Ferry Road is also involved in remanufacturing old printing equipment, including that of other manufacturers. The Heights USA staff trained the Heights Korea workers, according to the press release.
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Kadmon Pharmaceuticals, 1 Deer Park Drive, Suite H-4, Monmouth Junction 08852-1920; 732-230-3092; Kevin Liu, senior director, chemistry. www.kadmon.com.
Kadmon Pharmaceuticals, a biopharmaceutical company headquartered in New York, has opened an office on Deer Park Drive.
Mphasis, 314 Wall Street, Princeton 08540; 888-262-0687. www.mphasis.com.
Mphasis, an IT consulting company based in Bangalore, has opened an office in Research Park.
Neuland Labs Inc., 116 Village Boulevard, Suite 312, Princeton 08540-5700; 609-285-2991.
Neuland Labs, a maker of active pharmaceutical ingredients, has opened an office on Village Boulevard. The company is 30 years old and based in Hyderabad, India.
Sercomm Corporation, 103 Carnegie Center, Suite 209, Princeton 08540; 650-619-9579; Eric Hsu, VP. www.sercomm.com.
Sercomm, a Taiwanese broadband networking company, has opened an office in Carnegie Center.
The Travel Center, 3562 Route 27, Town Place Shopping Center, Suite 122, Kendall Park 08824; 732-329-1000; fax, 732-329-3083. Mary E. Eichler, manager. www.thetravelcenternj.com.
The Travel Center has moved its eight-person office from 960 square feet in South Brunswick Square into 2,500 square feet in the Town Place Shopping Center in Kendall Park. The phone number remains the same.
Mary E. Eichler, the manager, says, “We’ve almost tripled our space and were the first tenant to move in. Once the other stores, like CVS and Cold Stone open for business, we’ll have a grand opening to let other people know where we are.”
Taylor Colicchio, LLP, 100 Canal Pointe Boulevard, Suite 210, Princeton 08540; 609-987-0022; fax, 609-987-0070. Paul C. Taylor & Philip M. Colicchio, partners.
The corporate and commercial law firm Taylor, Colicchio, LLP, has moved from Carnegie Center to Canal Pointe Boulevard.
S&P Consulting Services, 4390 Route 1, Suite 206, Princeton 08450; 609-297-7334; Joydeep Paul.
Two companies serving the healthcare business have expanded and opened an office along Route 1. Joydeep Paul, the owner of both S&P Consulting Services and Medserv, says both companies share a staff and location.
S&P Consulting is a healthcare IT consultancy providing web design and field services, while Medserv provides American Heart Association-certified CPR training. Paul operated S&P consulting as a home business before expanding and opening an office that now has about eight staff.
Panasonic Technologies Inc., 2 Research Way, Princeton www.panasonic.com.
The consumer electronics manufacturer Panasonic has closed a research lab on Research Way in Princeton that employed about 35 people. The company, which is based in Japan with a North American headquarters in Newark, did not respond to inquiries.
Smart Port Com, 245 Nassau Street, Princeton.
Smart Port Com, a business consulting company based on Nassau Street, has gone out of business.
Steginsky Capital LLC, 47 Hulfish Street, Princeton. Andrew D. Steginsky CFA, www.steginsky.com.
Steginsky Capital, an investment advisory firm, has moved from Hulfish Street to Madison Avenue in New York.
David Prince, 81, on December 5. He retired as minister of the First Presbyterian Church of Ewing after 27 years of service. He was also interim pastor at Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church and several other churches, and taught at Princeton Theological Seminary. Services will be held Saturday, December 13, at 10 a.m. at Nassau Presbyterian Church.
Frederick W. Hetzel, 72, on December 2. He was the owner of Kemary Consulting Group and provided marketing risk assessment and expert testimony, particularly in medical device failure.
Henry Drewry, 90, on November 21. He taught history at Princeton High School for 14 years and was the school’s only black teacher when he was hired. He also lectured in history at Princeton University for 20 years.