Foxx Life Sciences provides laboratory products for hospitals and researchers. It is ranked at the ninth position by BusinessNH Magazine for growing quickly. Foxx has recently announced that the company has expanded its infrastructure after adding fourth new buildings in just ten years. This expansion in the business will allow the company to provide its customers with more effective and efficient service, shipment and laboratory product innovation.
Location of the New Building
Foxx Life Sciences is located next to the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. It is just 46 miles away from North of Boston. The new building is almost 75,000 square feet which is double the company’s current Salem NH building. The old building McKesson 13 bay distribution center will be operated as the second prime location to allow space for expanded inventory and greater distribution capabilities.
This new location is another step taken by the company to provide its customers with effective engineering services more efficient shipment and unlimited laboratory products. Foxx has a strong client base and it is dominating the Global Laboratory Products market.
What Products Foxx Life Sciences Offers?
The product range of Foxx is very wide. It is manufacturing products in different categories such as single-use bioprocess, filtration, fluid management, and laboratory safety. All products of these categories such as carboys, and bottle flasks are made by professional technicians of the company and they are fulfilling each demand of the customers.
Reason Behind Foxx’s Growth
A continuous growth rate is compelling Foxx to add additional space for its five main businesses, namely bioprocess single-use system, biopharma filtration, fluid management, lab safety and lab glassware inventory. Foxx has boasted state of the art distribution of up to 30 ft with extra high ceiling, new pallet racking, a bar code inventory control system and 13 bays of efficient delivery and shipping. The airport near the company is also benefiting the company’s growth rate. It saves extra time for completing orders.
Thomas Taylor is the President & CEO of Foxx. He said that the company is well-positioned for the advanced growth they have seen in last ten years. The new building is offering the company an opportunity to triple its cleanroom space and increase manufacturing abilities.