Bayer CropScience recently celebrated the completion of a $33 million remodeling of its U.S. headquarters in North Carolina.
The company also celebrated another investment milestone: Greenhouse 6’s groundbreaking. Greenhouse 6 will be a $34 million research facility at the company’s Research Triangle Park (RTP) headquarters.
Both of these projects are just the latest in a variety of investments that the company began in 2012.
"The modern office at our North American Crop Protection and global Seeds headquarters in RTP reflects Bayer's desire to play a leading role in shaping the future of innovation in the life-sciences industry," Liam Condon, Bayer CropScience's CEO, said. "Whether we are expanding our facilities here in the United States or other locations throughout the world, we seek to do so in a way that promotes and achieves our mission of 'Bayer: Science for a Better Life.'"
"We are proud to continue making investments in Research Triangle Park and around the United States," Jim Blome, president and CEO of Bayer CropScience North America, said. "As we expand our business and grow our research hub in RTP, we further enhance our abilities to make meaningful contributions to farming and modern agricultural production, ensuring that we all have enough safe, abundant and affordable food. That's a job we take seriously."
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