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Foxx Life Sciences – A Bridge Between India and the United States

Foxx Life Sciences – A Bridge Between India and the United States



India US ties

Foxx Life Sciences started as a family operation by the President and CEO, Thomas F Taylor. Over the years the organization has grown enormously to establish as a World leader in developing, manufacturing, and delivering an extensive range of high-quality products for life science, biotech, pharmaceutical and diagnostic research.

Foxx Bioprocess products

The foundational principles of Foxx have been Innovation, Quality, Customer Service, Growth, and Culture. Enriching the work environment with these principles and crossing all barriers, Foxx has fostered a highly inclusive culture, across races, age, colour, and geographies. Over the years, Foxx has become known as the “Bridge to India”.


The relationship between the two major democracies, the United States and India has only grown stronger over the years; and so is the ties with Foxx Life Sciences and its Indian counterparts and partners. Foxx now operates out of three facilities (Salem, NH; Londonderry, NH; & Hyderabad, India) with over 120,000 sq/ft of manufacturing and distribution space. We also have secured Master Exclusive NA Distribution Agreements with Ami Polymer (tubing, gaskets, hoses), Abdos (labware), & Borosil (glassware); all these partners, based out of India. The India operations has helped us serve our global customers better with many products assembled in the Cleanroom facility in India.


 Foxx employees creating products in the India Cleanroom facility

The Foxx culture fosters a growth oriented, positive, and collaborative work environment. Our dedicated employees, across borders, share a common vision, and genuine desire to provide our customers with the best service possible. Our passion stems from our people. With these attributes, Foxx Life Sciences has proven time and again as the perfect partner for your next single-use assembly project.



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