EAST WINDSOR, NJ—Pharmaceutical research and development companyNovo Tech has relocated operations from East Brunswick, NJ to thePatscentre building here.

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The company opened its new offices in the nearly43,000-square-foot office building on Princeton Hightstown Road(Route 571) on Tuesday. The building, originally occupied by P.A.Technology when it opened in 1984, was most recently occupied byPhyton Biotech, Inc. It has been unoccupied since 2007.

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East Windsor Township Mayor Janice S. Mironovsays in an announcement that Novo Tech, a high-tech compoundingpharmacy that specializes in customized pharmaceuticals, will usethe facility for research and development with accompanyingoffices. He adds that Novo Tech, owned and operated by brothersPatrick and Sam Patel forapproximately four years under their former company name Innovo,currently has approximately 35 employees and plans to add workersto increase their distribution and sales force as businessexpands.

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Novo Tech Managing Director Patrick Patel says, “East WindsorTownship is an ideal location for technology companies servicingthe pharmaceutical industry due to the township's proximity to somany professional and medical centers throughout the region. Theavailability of highly qualified employees is another reason why wechose to move our company to East Windsor.”

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