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Incyte’s move into MBNA buildings will add up to 500 new jobs

Betsy PriceBusiness, Headlines

Incyte will buy two former MBNA buildings in downtown Wilmington, Bracebridge I and Bracebridge III, which will allow the biopharmaceutical company to move about 850 jobs into the city, expand its laboratory space in Alapocas, and move 300 jobs into Delaware. The 517,307 square feet in the Bracebridge buildings will almost double the company‚Äôs Delaware footprint. Incyte will focus first …

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Incyte in line for $14.8M state grant to expand in Wilmington

Betsy PriceHeadlines, Business

Incyte Corp, which gave up on a bid to build a five-story building near Wilmington Friends School, is in line for a $14.8 million grant from the state to expand in Wilmington. The agenda for the Council on Development Finance’s meeting on Monday, May 20, says Incyte is requesting a Delaware Strategic Fund grant in that amount. Usually, by the …

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Could Congress hinder future Middletown pharma campus?

Jacob OwensBusiness, Headlines

The Congressional committee that¬†pushed for a ban or sale¬†of the social media platform TikTok is now scrutinizing a Chinese pharmaceutical company that happens to be developing a major taxpayer-supported manufacturing campus in Middletown. In January, the committee‚Äôs leadership introduced legislation that would prohibit the company called WuXi AppTec ‚Äď as well as certain other Chinese-owned firms ‚Äď from receiving federal …

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RiKarbon will add jobs, expand lab space with state grants

Betsy PriceHeadlines, Business

A Delaware environmental solutions firm will use $60,000 in state grants to quadruple lab space and create 12 new full-time jobs. RiKarbon, based in Newark, will use the grants to expand from Delaware Technology Park incubator space to the Delaware Industrical Park. The company, which will focus on carbon capture and utilization with the expansion, was founded in 2018 with …

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Delaware supply chain company to expand at Newark home

Betsy PriceBusiness, Headlines

A Newark supply chain management company will use a state grant of $155,970 to build a warehouse and fulfillment center next the headquarters of the company that spun it off. EtailFlow LLC, a supply chain management company designed to efficiently distribute electronic goods, grew out of Delaware-based ecommerce leader PCOnline earlier this year. Its new facility will be next to …

Agile Cold Storage

$170 million cold storage facilty headed to Claymont

Betsy PriceBusiness, Headlines

A new $170 million cold storage facility will break ground in Claymont this fall and is expected to add about 130 jobs when it opens next summer. Agile Cold Storage will build a 275,000-square-foot cold-storage facility to help meet growing demand from North American food manufacturers, processers and growers. The addition will be the first company warehouse outside its home …

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Global case manufacturer moves from Maryland to Delaware

Staff WriterBusiness, Headlines

A company that designs and manufactures¬†high-performance protective cases and racks used in industries ranging from broadcasting to defense has chosen Frankford as the new site for its United States operations. CP Cases USA, opened in 2013 by the owner of a similar company in the United Kingdom, will move from an 8,000-square-foot site in Bishopville, Maryland, to a 25,000-square-foot site …

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Water quality testing firm to invest $3.3M in Newark production space

Charlie MegginsonBusiness, Headlines

A water quality testing supply company will invest $3.3 million to expand its operations into Newark after receiving $1.25 million in grants from the state. The LaMotte Company, based in Chestertown, Maryland, will occupy a 79,000 square foot office space and production facility in the Pencader Corporate Center. The facility will lead to the immediate creation of 50 jobs. The …

Company providing tissue, cell cultures will double its Delaware workforce

Betsy PriceBusiness, Headlines

Analytical Biological Services will add new labs and about 35 new employees.   A Delaware-paid $4.2 million renovation of a New Castle biological services company will set the stage for it to double its workforce in the First State. Analytical Biological Services Inc. is retrofitting 30,000 square feet of space in New Castle for its new office headquarters and lab …

Med tech company will use $2.2 million in Delaware grants to expand

Charlie MegginsonBusiness, Headlines

  Hologic Inc. says it will expand by 100,000 square feet and add 225 new jobs in manufacturing, product development, process and technical support.   Massachusetts-based medical technology company Hologic Inc. plans to invest $24 million to expand its Delaware operations at the Glasgow Business Community.¬† Supporting the company‚Äôs plans are $2.2 million in taxpayer-funded grants from the Delaware Strategic …