Wheaton Industries is a privately-held company that manufactures, markets, and re-packages laboratory supply and packaging products for life sciences, medical diagnostics, and pharmaceutical manufacturing sectors. The company was founded in 1888 by Dr. Theodore Corson Wheaton. Wheaton Industries headquarters are located in Millville, New Jersey
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Dr. Theodore Corson Wheaton
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Detailed Business Description: WHEATON
WHEATON Business Overview
Wheaton Industries, headquartered in Millville, NJ, is a privately-held manufacturer and re-packager of laboratory supply and packing products. Wheaton markets laboratory products to customers worldwide in life sciences, medical diagnostics, and pharmaceutical manufacturing sectors.
Throughout its history, Wheaton has aligned itself with many of the industry's leading global and regional distributors to sell directly to OEM's and diagnostic instrumentation companies.
WHEATON Company History
In 1883, Theodore Wheaton founded T.C. Wheaton Co. in Millvile, NJ to produce glassware for medical and scientific fields. The business stayed within the family, expanded to include the Wheaton Plastic Company, and served as the basis for the local economy up through the late 1900s.
By the 1990s, T.C. Wheaton Co. (now named Wheaton Science Products) constituted over 30 subsidiaries with worldwide distribution. In 1996, the company was acquired for over $400 million by… Continue Reading →