PENNSAUKEN - Gary Wachman, president of Cetylite Industries on River Road, is looking to expand and diversify his pharmaceutical products company.
So the two got together Thursday to discuss options for Cetylite
, and Wachman
came away from the meeting excited about what the state has to offer, but he's
not yet sure what the company will do.
"Pennsauken has been good to us," said Wachman, who has been with Cetylite for 25 years.
"But we'll see."
Already struggling with a state unemployment rate a percentage point higher than the national average, New Jersey's job growth also saw a dip in May, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
is looking to add jobs within his
company, but not before he's
had to make "some difficult decisions" since taking the helm at Cetylite
two years ago.
"We've had to make some changes," he
said about 65 percent of the Cetylite's current revenue comes from topical anesthetics, and that he's
building a team that can diversify his
Gary Wachman, president of Cetylite Industries on River Road, is looking to expand and diversify his pharmaceutical products company.