As we enter our 20th year in business, Xerimis is proud to announce major expansion at our US headquarters as well as expansion in Europe. These efforts will increase our storage and service capabilities, while enabling us to stay focused on our core values of quality, flexibility, reliability, and responsiveness.
Expansion at Headquarters
Xerimis has just completed two expansion projects at our global headquarters in Moorestown, New Jersey.
Steps away from our current facility, we acquired and fit out a new warehouse at 2 Executive Drive. The new building offers 21,000 square feet of space for housing Returns and Destruction activities.
In addition, we constructed our largest yet cold-storage units within our GMP facility, expanding our capacity for temperature-sensitive drug product. The new walk-in refrigerator can accommodate up to 200 pallets, while the new walk-in freezer can accommodate up to 40 pallets.
“As the industry expands its presence in new therapies that require cold chain management, we knew that we needed to increase our capabilities to align with the growing needs of our clients,” explains Jim LoCascio, Vice President, Global Business and Strategic Development.
“It was clear that we needed to add more refrigeration and freezer space, but our present building had no room to expand. The smartest solution was to send Returns and Destruction to a second facility, allowing us to quadruple our capacity for cold storage and packaging, while keeping our GMP packaging operations and logistics under one roof.”
New Facility Overseas
Xerimis recently secured space in the Netherlands (NL) for building our next global depot and growing our European-based team. Alongside our US and UK facilities, our NL depot will provide us with greater flexibility in serving clients whose studies are distributed on a worldwide scale. It will also better position us to meet changing industry requirements as the European Union advances its new Clinical Trial Regulation. The 45,000-square-foot warehouse is located near Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
“These monumental additions come on the heels of several years of growth for our company, and we remain thankful for the journey that has brought us here,” adds LoCascio.