GXP-Storage locates new global HQ in Nash County

GXP-Storage, a leading provider of regulatory compliant storage solutions life sciences research, manufacturing, and healthcare-related biomedical and biodefense clients, has selected Nash County for its international headquarters. The first facility, to open in May 2024, will add over 200,000 cubic feet of secure storage space to meet the growing demand from regulated research and manufacturing activities in the Research Triangle.

“The demand for regulatory compliant storage capacity provided by a trusted partner is expanding quickly due to growth of life sciences and healthcare-related research, manufacturing, and stockpiling activities in our region,” said Jeff Johnson, CEO of GXP-Storage. “Clients rely on our expertise and the continual investment needed to build and maintain new facilities, equipment, trained people, and validated systems to efficiently deliver our services around the clock.”

GPX logoThe new campus will require over $80,000,000 in capital investment, offer millions of cubic feet of environmentally controlled restricted-access storage, and will employ over 70 people. The first facility will feature redundant capacity and validated systems to ensure secure preservation. The 30-acre campus is strategically located on U.S. 264 (Future I-587) near diverse logistics providers supporting all modes of distribution including road, air, rail, and seaports.

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GPX-Storage facility under construction.

“GXP-Storage’s campus is a significant development for Nash County and the Research Triangle region,” said Robbie Davis, chairman of the Nash County Board of Commissioners. “In addition to Nash County and the Town of Middlesex, we want to thank our other partners in this project which include NC Department of Commerce, Economic Development Partnership of NC, North Carolina Biotechnology Center, Duke Energy, Nash Community College and NC Commerce’s Division of Workforce Solutions.”

GPX-Storage builds, maintains, and operating scalable 24x7 restricted-access storage facilities with the redundant equipment and systems to manage regulated life sciences research, manufacturing, and healthcare-related biomedical and biodefense material.

"We welcome the addition of GPX-Storage to our life sciences ecosystem," said Laura Rowley, Ph.D., vice president for life science economic development, North Carolina Biotechnology Center. "Having a well-equipped, flexible, and capable set of environmentally controlled storage solutions for life sciences companies is essential for the continued growth of the industry in North Carolina."

Chris Capot, NCBiotech
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