Indivior Inc., a global pharmaceutical company pioneering life-transforming treatment for substance use disorders and other serious mental illnesses, will invest and expand operations for a sterile pharmaceutical production facility at 8900 Capital Boulevard in Raleigh.
Indivior currently plans to retain the current workforce, as well as add 35 new positions and make a capital investment of over $60 million over the next five years. Key roles include production operators and quality control engineers, maintenance, and engineering manager.
“The City of Raleigh supports fostering growth among our local businesses,” said Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin. “We purposefully cultivate a cooperative, inclusive, and economically supportive environment for local companies and welcome Indivior Inc."
“In Wake County, we prioritize equitable economic development,” said Wake County Board of Commissioners Chair Shinica Thomas. “The expansion of this life science facility will retain and create new jobs in one of the county’s Targeted Growth Areas.”
“This facility and its skilled workforce will help us secure diversified long-term supply for our products, and we are pleased to now be a member of the thriving Raleigh and Wake County business communities,” Mark Crossley, CEO of Indivior.
A global pharmaceutical company working to help change patients’ lives by developing medicines to treat addiction and serious mental illnesses, Indivior is dedicated to transforming substance use disorder (SUD) from a global human crisis to a recognized and treated chronic disease. Building on its global portfolio of opioid use disorder treatments, Indivior has a pipeline of product candidates designed to both expand on its heritage in this category and potentially address other chronic conditions and co-occurring disorders of SUD, including alcohol use disorder and cannabis use disorder. Headquartered in the United States in Richmond, VA, Indivior employs more than 1,000 individuals globally and its portfolio of products is available in 39 countries worldwide. Visit www.indivior.com to learn more. Connect with Indivior on LinkedIn by visiting www.linkedin.com/company/indivior.
Partners for the project include: City of Raleigh, Wake County, Raleigh Economic Development, Wake County Economic Development, Raleigh Chamber, Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina, North Carolina Department of Commerce Division of Workforce Solutions, North Carolina Community College System, Capital Area Workforce Development, and Wake Tech Community College.
Raleigh Economic Development (RED) is a program of the Raleigh Chamber in partnership with the City of Raleigh and Wake County Economic Development, supporting job creation and capital investment in Raleigh, North Carolina. Located in the heart of North Carolina’s Research Triangle region, RED is the primary economic development program for the city, leading business recruitment, retention, and expansion efforts and brand awareness activities while supporting talent and equitable economic development efforts.
Wake County Economic Development is the primary economic development organization for Wake County, providing economic development support for its 12 municipalities. As a program of the Raleigh Chamber, the organization proactively creates an environment in which Wake County can grow and thrive, resulting in new jobs and capital investment.
Kyle Touchstone | Director, Raleigh Economic Development, KTouchstone@raleighchamber.org
Haley Waxman | Strategic Marketing Manager, Wake County Economic Development, firstname.lastname@example.org