Civica Plans a New Right to Work Virginia Location

Civica, a nonprofit generic drug company, is adding a new location soon in Right to Work Chesterfield County, Virginia. This will serve as a new laboratory testing facility. In order to accomplish this, the company is investing a total of $27.8 million toward the project. They also plan to create 51 new jobs. So this is great news!

From Area Development Magazine:

“With this investment, Civica is building on its long-term commitment to patients, and to Virginia. […] This lab will support a skilled and highly trained workforce who will ensure Civica’s affordable insulin as well as other essential medicines meet the highest standards.” […]

“Civica’s investment is another transformational step forward in strengthening the advanced pharmaceutical manufacturing hub in the Richmond-Petersburg region and positioning Virginia as a key player in domestic drug manufacturing in America. […] Civica is a critical partner in the Commonwealth’s emerging pharmaceutical ecosystem that will ensure access to affordable, lifesaving medications while providing high-quality jobs and an incredible boost to our economy.” […]

“Civica’s new laboratory testing facility in Chesterfield County extends the footprint of the rapidly growing pharmaceutical manufacturing cluster in the region and will support the coalition’s long-term vision to serve as the world’s central access point for advanced pharmaceutical manufacturing and R&D. […] Today we celebrate Virginia’s vital role in addressing the shortage of affordable essential medicines in our nation and the investment in a new facility that will create high-paying jobs and accelerate research and innovation in the industry.”


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