Swiss American CDMO and BioNTX To Launch the Biotechnology and Healthcare Industry Alliance of North Texas

The alliance's first event will be held June 22 in a bid to champion a next-generation, industry-led workforce partnership for North Texas. The alliance seeks to bring together industry trade and manufacturing ecosystems, the organizations said—and it will be working with Dallas College and other partner institutions to help make it happen.

Carrollton-based Swiss American CDMO and Irving’s BioNTX are joining forces to host the inaugural Biotechnology and Healthcare Industry Alliance of North Texas (BHIANT) launch meeting, in a bid to champion a next-generation, industry-led workforce partnership.

The partners said that Dallas-Fort Worth area employers will benefit from a skilled workforce that serves communities through high-paying, quality jobs in biotechnology, biomanufacturing, and industry related entry-level positions.

“The future success of this industry relies, in part, on the supply of both entry-level and long-term career pathways,” Dr. Aaron BenComo, director of business and industry for BioNTX, said in a statement. “So, working closely with Swiss American, Dallas College and our partner institutions, the BHIANT represents the industry-driven component of this sector-partnership.”

The inaugural BHIANT event will be held June 22 with Swiss American CDMO hosting in Carrollton at its 1540 Luna Road facility.

The alliance seeks to bring together industry trade and manufacturing ecosystems, the partners said. Swiss American is a drug and medical device Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization and BioNTX is a biotechnology trade organization.

Empowering biotech growth in North Texas

Swiss American said it will provide expertise and insights into the complexities of biotechnology in the manufacturing industry, which will help develop the best long-term strategies for attracting qualified employees that power biotech business growth in North Texas.

“We’re honored to be part of the BHIANT launch with BioNTX, Dallas College, and other distinguished partners,” Komel Grover, president and CEO of Swiss American, said in a statement. “Our company has been in the DFW area for over 30 years, and this alignment between trade group, advocacy, university systems, healthcare institutions, and business, specifically addressing biotechnology in North Texas, is a remarkable opportunity that has long been our vision for advancing our life sciences ecosystem.”

Swiss American CDMO said if delivers breakthrough innovation and superior manufacturing of topical solutions to global skin companies and personal care products including cosmetic, OTC drug, and medical device regulatory pathways.

Earlier this year, we told you about how Swiss American CDMO plans to use new “slippery surface technology” that allows customers to get literally everything out of its containers.

In 2020, Swiss American announced a new facility in Carrollton that included a new 131,760-square-foot space close to the company’s headquarters.

A bioscience and healthcare innovation trade organization in North Texas, BioNTX is an affiliate of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization in Washington, D.C. It’s a bridge between businesses and job opportunities, providing direct cost savings services, networking events, and educational programming to the bioscience and healthcare innovation community in North Texas.

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