Biotage Moves US Headquarters from Charlottesville to Charlotte

September 8, 2009

According to a report in the Daily Progress, a Charlottesville, Virginia newspaper, Biotage Inc. will be moving its U.S. headquarters from its University of Virginia Research Park facility in Charlottesville to a 15,000-square-foot facility near Charlotte, North Carolina.

According to a report in the Daily Progress, a Charlottesville, Virginia newspaper, Biotage Inc. will be moving its U.S. headquarters from its University of Virginia Research Park facility in Charlottesville to a 15,000-square-foot facility near Charlotte, North Carolina. The move is expected to be completed in September and is being made to provide the company with a central location for its American business and access to a large international airport. Biotage Inc. was founded in Charlottesville in 1989 by Henry E. Blair and Sheridan G. Snyder to produce, design, and market chromatography technology for the pharmaceutical industry. The international parent company Biotage AB is headquartered in Uppsala, Sweden.

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