BUFFALO, N.Y. — ZeptoMetrix’s prominent local ownership group – split between the Collins and Hengst families – exited the company recently, more than two decades after it was founded.
But the upside of being part of a fast-growing health sciences group, backed by a Chicago-based private equity firm, is considerably more financial bandwidth to invest in new initiatives, its day-to-day leader said.
And all indications are that the company will continue to grow in Buffalo, where it has three facilities around the Buffalo Niagara Medical campus that house about 75 of its 120 employees, said Shawn Smith, ZeptoMetrix general manager. Most of its local employees have academic backgrounds in science, where the firm’s Massachusetts operation is more warehousing and logistics.
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