FlavoRx celebrates grand re-opening
Maryland-based FlavoRx, which provides custom medication flavoring systems to over 45,000 chain and independent pharmacies, has expanded and renovated its Columbia space as a result of continued business growth and the integration of its sister company, Fillmaster Systems.
The company hosted distinguished guests for a grand reopening ceremony to celebrate the occasion, which began with remarks from its senior vice president of marketing Chad Baker, president and CEO Stuart Amos, and chairman of the board Chuck Nabit.
“The fact that this homegrown business is in over 40,000 pharmacies is an astounding feat,” Maryland comptroller Peter Franchot said.
Maryland Secretary of Commerce Kelly Schulz also praised the company’s achievements and the help they provide to parents and children across the country. The comptroller, Secretary of Commerce and representatives from the Howard County Executive’s office presented FlavoRx with citations and awards of achievement.
The ceremony ended with a ribbon cutting and a tour that allowed guests to witness the transformation firsthand. Areas that were previously empty and unused have been turned into new space for manufacturing, an additional lab, a call center, offices and conference rooms. Existing rooms also were expanded and renovated.
Before and after pictures displayed in each area showed the drastic changes that had taken place.
During the tour, FlavoRx vice president of quality and regulatory affairs Ursula Chizhik also gave guests a chance to participate in a blind taste test.
“We were honored to be visited by so many notable members of the community to celebrate this proud moment in our company’s history,” Amos said. “We want to thank everyone for their participation.”
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