CMIC CMO Replaces Sun Pharmaceutical in Cranbury
CMIC CMO USA, a contract manufacturer serving the pharmaceutical industry, is leasing a 233,000-square-foot building at Matrix Development Group’s 270 Prospect Plains Road in Cranbury. Commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield orchestrated the long-term lease.
CMIC CMO USA, which specializes in the formulation development and commercial services for oral solid dosage products, will use the facility for office, research and development, production, packaging, manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution of pharmaceutical and related products.
The complex transaction involved negotiating a lease termination with an existing tenant, Sun Pharmaceutical, and arranging for the purchase of in-place research and development infrastructure. CMIC CMO USA was represented by Cushman & Wakefield’s Shawn Straka and Chuck Fern, who headed the brokerage team with Todd Elfand, Jason Barton, Thomas D. Tucci, Stephen Shoemaker, Paul Giannone, Kevin Carton, Jaclyn Marques, Elizabeth Rouse, and Joseph Vacca. Matrix Development’s vice president of acquisitions, Gary Hans, represented the landlord in the transaction.
“The cooperation of three entities — Matrix, Sun Pharmaceutical, and CMIC CMO USA — was critical to the success of this transaction,” Fern said. “Ultimately we were pleased to support a win-win-win situation for all parties, and Gary did a phenomenal job of bringing this deal to the finish line.”
CMA, 191 Clarksville Road, Box 727, Princeton Junction 08550. 800-852-4269. Jeffrey E. Barnhart, founder and CEO. www.cmasolutions.com.
CMA, a communications, marketing and association management firm, has hired Patricia Gray as its web and app project manager. She is responsible for managing web and app projects, including timelines and budgets for CMA and its clients. In addition to the account team, Gray coordinates with developers. She has more than 12 years of experience in design, social media and digital marketing management. Gray earned a BFA in graphic design from Tyler School of Art at Temple University.
“CMA is excited to welcome Patricia to the team,” said Jeffrey Barnhart, CEO and founder of CMA. “She brings a great deal of experience, enthusiasm and potential to provide outstanding results and services to our clients.”
Firms Recognized for Hiring Veterans
The U.S Department of Labor has given two Route 1-corridor companies an award for recruiting, employing, and retaining veterans. The 2019 HIRE Vets Medallion was given to seven New Jersey companies.
“The recipients of the 2019 HIRE Vets Medallion Awards demonstrated a commitment to hiring veterans and helping them to develop meaningful, long-term careers,” said U.S. Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia. “From small-town businesses to Fortune 500 companies, these employers understand that veterans are uniquely qualified and dedicated employees who make significant contributions in the workplace.”
Thermo Systems LLC of East Windsor and Joseph Jingoli & Son Inc., of Lawrenceville, were given gold-level awards.
Recipients of the 2019 HIRE Vets Medallion Awards attested to meeting the rigorous employment and veteran integration assistance criteria, including veteran hiring and retention percentages; availability of veteran-specific resources; leadership programming for veterans; dedicated human resource efforts; and/or compensation and tuition assistance programs for veterans.
Thermo Systems, 84 Twin Rivers Drive, East Windsor 08520. 609-371-3300. David J. Musto, principal. www.thermosystems.com
Joseph Jingoli & Son, Construction, 100 Lenox Drive, Suite 100, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-896-3111. Joseph Jingoli Jr., president. www.jingoli.com.
Joseph J. Tomchik, 68, on November 7. He was regional sales manager for Crest Ultrasonics in Ewing.
Andrew Rocco Giancarli, 58, on November 6. He owned and operated Giancarli Construction Corporation for more than 20 years with his brother Marco.
Robert A. Marozsan, 75, on September 28. He spent his entire career in the field of data processing working at McGraw Hill, ETS, the state Department of Higher Education, and eventually starting his own business, GM/EDP, a data processing recruiting service.