Packaging Compliance Labs (Grand Rapids, Mich.) recently announced that it has opened a new office in the heart of downtown Denver.
The new office for the medical device and pharmaceutical packaging engineering and validation firm is mean tto accommodate rapid growth and leverage the Denver area’s growing biotechnology industry.
PCL is rapidly growing. On the heels of a recent lab expansion, PCL has also brought on new equipment and personnel, accelerating the company’s growth and resource requirements.
“The decision to expand our presence into Denver’s metro area was a logical step in our business growth strategy, as we bring on more clients on the West Coast and expand our reach to better serve them,” Matthew Lapham, PCL’s president, said in a news release.
Sarah Rosenblum, PCL’s director of business development and marketing, is heading the expansion in Denver.
“The Colorado area is currently booming with new biotechnology innovation, making it very exciting to be right in the heart of the action,” Rosenblum said. “We also now have the opportunity to be more accessible for the established medical device markets in San Jose – Silicon Valley, Los Angeles and Salt Lake City, just to name a few. We also can further expand our sales, customer service, and marketing departments, as well as increase our ability to service current and future markets.”