This morning, Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that IC Biomedical would make a multi-million dollar investment in opening an advanced manufacturing facility near Cartersville. IC Biomedical is a producer of cryogenic freezers. As demand for medical-grade freezers continues to surge, the facility will deliver more than 80 jobs to Bartow County.
IC Biomedical manufactures premium cryogenic equipment, including stainless steel and aluminum freezers, Dewars, shippers, and other custom equipment used for safe storage and transportation of medical products such as vaccines, therapies, and other biological specimens.
IC Biomedical will operate in a recently constructed 75,000-square-foot facility located on Cass-White Road, near Cartersville. IC Biomedical will be hiring for positions in advanced manufacturing, engineering, and technical development. Individuals interested in careers with IC Biomedical are encouraged to visit the website icbiomedical.com/careers for additional information.
Georgia Department of Economic Development Director of Life Sciences EJane Caraway represented the Global Commerce division on this project in partnership with the Cartersville-Bartow County Department of Economic Development, Georgia BIO, Metro Atlanta Chamber, and Georgia Power.
In 2020, Georgia exported $1.8 billion in medical devices and pharmaceuticals. In addition to global access, Georgia provides innovative talent to harness the growth of technology and the impact on various sectors of life science and health IT.