Aptiv Solutions Growing: Opens New Office in North Carolina
News Dec 10, 2012
Aptiv Solutions has announced the opening of a new office in Durham, North Carolina.
The new office is located at 4505 Emperor Boulevard in the Imperial Center, an elite business park convenient to Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary and Research Triangle Park.
Aptiv Solutions and its subsidiary Trio Clinical Resourcing previously resided in separate offices in Raleigh and Morrisville.
The decision to combine the offices arose from growth of staff and the desire to co-locate the North Carolina based teams.
The new office includes team members from the clinical, data management and biostatistics, regulatory, translational sciences, medical consulting, pharmacovigilance, quality assurance, proposal development, information technology, finance, business development and human resources teams for Aptiv Solutions and the Trio Clinical Resourcing team.
“We are delighted to have our Aptiv Solutions and Trio Clinical Resourcing teams all under one roof in the new Durham, North Carolina office,” commented Pat Donnelly, Chairman and CEO of Aptiv Solutions.
Donnelly continued, “We continue to experience rapid growth as we expand to meet the expansion in our client base. Our new office not only accommodates our current staff levels, but allows for the anticipated future growth of our North Carolina operations”.
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