Aurobindo Pharma USA Inc., 6 Wheeling Road, Dayton 08810; 732-839-9400; fax, 732-355-9449. Robert G. Cunard, CEO. www.aurobindousa.com.
Aurobindo Pharma, an India-based maker of generic drugs, has purchased 90 acres on Windsor Center Drive in East Windsor where it plans to build a pharmaceutical manufacturing and distribution center. The project is to expand Aurobindo’s New Jersey footprint and is complementary to the company’s existing facilities in Dayton.
The property is across from Route 133 near the 43,000-square-foot Patscentre building, now occupied by Novotec, a pharmaceutical R&D company. The new facility is expected to generate at least 300 new jobs.
Aurubindo’s portfolio includes a wide array of products covering many therapeutic areas and disease states for both the retail and institutional markets.
The East Windsor location will be the company’s main distribution center and will provide another site for manufacturing. Aurobindo was founded in 1986 and went public in 1992. It has business operations in more than 125 countries.
Philadelphia Insurance Companies (PHLY), 1009 Lenox Drive, Suite 107, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-512-3140; fax, 609-512-3141. Brian O’Reilly, regional vice president. www.phly.com.
Philadelphia Insurance Companies, a member of the Tokio Marine Group, leased 30,000 square feet at 100 Princeton South Corporate Center, taking the entire fourth floor.
Philadelphia Insurance Companies, headquartered in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, is a commercial insurance firm with 49 offices. The new Princeton South space will enable Philadelphia Insurance to expand and relocate its current Lenox Drive location.
Aubrey Haines, CEO of Mercer Oak Realty, represented the landlord in the transaction. Eric Galanti of CBIZ Gibraltar Real Estate Services and Scott Crumley of Tactix represented the tenant.
Cell Culture Services Inc., 7 Deer Park Drive, Suite L, Monmouth Junction 08852; 732-329-2355; fax, 732-329-0739. Oliver Klotzsche, president. www.cellcultureservice.com.
Cell Culture Services, a Hamburg-based company with a Deer Park Drive office that supplies cells and cell-based reagents, has been bought by Evotec, another German firm. Evotec recently opened an office on College Road East where it plans to make reagents.
Princeton Scientific Corp., 414 Wall Street, Box 143, Princeton 08542; 609-924-3011; fax, 609-924-3018. Magdelena Hyra, marketing manager. www.princetonscientific.com.
Princeton Scientific Corp, a supplier of products related to particle beam lines, has moved to Easton, Pennsylvania to be closer to the company founder’s new home.
Joan G. Leach, 74, on February 13. She founded Capitol Information Service with her husband in 1978 and was co-owner of the Capitol Complex Executive Center in Trenton.
Richard J. Pinter, 74, on February 6. He owned AZ Music Center in Morrisville, Pennsylvania, and was bandmaster of a Pennsylvania-based Army band for 38 years. For the last nine years he was “the Lone Bugler” and played “Taps” at many military funeral services and Memorial Day parades (U.S. 1, May 22, 2013).