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AmbioPharm, Inc. expanding in North Augusta, will add 100 new jobs

AmbioPharm, Inc. in North Augusta (WFXG) AmbioPharm, Inc. in North Augusta (WFXG)
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AmbioPharm, Inc., a full-service peptide and biopharmaceutical manufacturing company, is expanding its operations in Aiken County, bringing 100 new jobs in the process. The expansion is expected to bring $18 million in new capital.

“AmbioPharm continues to be grateful for the support that it receives from the state of South Carolina. Without this support, our business could not grow at the accelerated pace that our customers have come to expect,” says AmbioPharm, Inc. CFO Stephen Kiel.

AmbioPharm started in South Carolina in 2007 with a company headquarters and manufacturing facility at 1024 Dittman Court in the North Augusta Industrial Park. As part of the expansion, AmbioPharm will be constructing two new buildings, totaling 50,000 square feet. Hiring will begin in the second quarter of 2018. Interested applicants can go to ambiopharm.com for more information.

North Augusta Mayor Bob Pettit says, “AmbioPharm’s continued growth and expansion are impressive. I’m glad it calls North Augusta home. AmbioPharm is our city’s best kept secret. People will better appreciate it as they become more acquainted with this great company.”

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