woman working at computer in a labNorth Carolina is ranked the No. 4 Top Biotech Hub, with 790 life sciences companies and 2,500 related service providers calling it home. Likewise, the life sciences and biopharmaceutical cluster is steadily growing in Caldwell County, adding several hundred jobs annually. Caldwell Community College & Technology Institute (CCC&TI) established the new Pharmaceutical Tech program, the second program of its kind in North Carolina. Additionally, our new industrial park is located adjacent to our biopharmaceutical cluster.

Caldwell County Advantages

  • Extensive biotech infrastructure in place
  • Multiple state agencies supporting biotech development
  • NC recognized as a leader in R&D and innovation
  • Low real estate and operating costs
  • Proximity to regional markets, numerous trucking carriers

World-class Biotech Training and Education

“I’ve managed facilities around the world, and I’d put the workforce of Caldwell County among the top. They’re hard-working, committed and exhibit a high level of trust and pride. There’s an adequate supply of skilled workers and labor rates are extremely competitive. Local officials have been unbelievably supportive and responsive, and the overall community is steeped in the Southern hospitality that makes doing business that much easier.” Pete Molinaro, CEO Adhezion Biomedical