Woodfield Distribution (WDSrx), a Florida-based pharmaceutical logistics provider, is opening a 63,500-square-foot space in South Brunswick.
The lease was brokered by Jason Goldman, executive managing director, and Michael Kimmel, director, industrial services group, of Cushman & Wakefield. The pair represented WDSrx in the transaction. The company also received guidance from the Choose NJ program.
The pharmaceutical-grade facility represents the establishment of a physical presence for WDSrx in the Northeastern U.S. The facility will open in January and is expected to be fully operational sometime in the first quarter. The new facility is expected to result in the creation of 15 new jobs in the state.
“Our New Jersey facility responds to client demand for our services near their center of operations,” said WDSrx President Adam Runsdorf. “This new warehouse represents the next stage of our growth into key pharmaceutical hubs around the country.”
In addition to the new facility in New Jersey, WDSrx also operates facilities throughout Florida and Texas. The company provides manufacturers of prescription and over-the-counter drug products raw materials and related components with warehousing, fulfillment, cold chain, packaging, call center, financial services management and reverse logistics to increase efficiency and reduce cost.
“We welcome WDSrx to New Jersey’s flourishing life sciences sector,” said Choose NJ President Michele Brown. “With more than 3,200 life sciences establishments, including 13 of the top 20 biopharmaceutical companies in the world operating in our State, WDSrx is well positioned to capitalize on our industry’s strength with its new warehouse in South Brunswick.”