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Zwicker Tours Branchburg Manufacturer, Discusses Innovation and Job Creation

Assemblyman Zwicker pictured with Symrise Management

BRANCHBURG, NJ – Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker (D-16) toured THE Symrise facility recently and discussed ways to create jobs and grow New Jersey’s economy with innovative technologies.

Symrise, Inc. is a leading provider of fragrances, flavors and aroma chemicals. Zwicker, a physicist at the Princeton University Plasma Physics Laboratory, toured the production plant and talked with the Symrise leadership about what the business needs to grow and continue to be successful.

“Symrise, Inc., has been part of the Branchburg community since 1983 and is one of the leading manufacturers in the fragrance and flavor industry worldwide,” said Zwicker.  “Companies like Symrise that have the history in New Jersey, employ locally, and invest in their community are the foundation of our economy.  State and local municipalities working together with businesses like Symrise are what we need to make New Jersey a catalyst for high-tech jobs and innovation.”  

William Ruby, VP of Human Resources at Symrise, said “New Jersey is the hub of our industry in the United States, with all of the top flavor and fragrance companies well represented in the state.  Our Branchburg location serves Symrise well in many ways, from access to and availability of top talent to infrastructure that supports our operations and access to our customers.  We see a positive future for Symrise here in New Jersey."

To learn more about Symrise, visit the website at www.symrise.com 

 

 

 

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