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Allentown Inc.

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Allentown, Inc., located in Allentown, New Jersey, USA, is the leading global provider of quality built biomedical research housing and solutions, and related products to the biomedical research community. For 50 years, Allentown has produced innovative and superior animal housing solutions, which continue to exceed industry standards. Their success is based on strong business integrity, prodigious talent, exacting attention to manufacturing detail, and unparalleled service. 

Our state of the art manufacturing facility based in Allentown, New Jersey uniquely qualifies us to provide innovative, cost-effective solutions for our customers’ research needs. From computer-aided design and development through automated fabrication and welding, Allentown housing solutions are manufactured with tight tolerances to precise specifications. Our experienced workforce combines craftsmanship with innovation, constantly refining our design and manufacturing processes to ensure our customers the highest quality product at the most competitive price.

For more information, visit us on the web at 


Scott Schriver

165 Route 526
Allentown, NJ 08501
United States


In the News

Gut Renovation Future-Proofs AFRRI Vivarium

Published 7/20/2022

The need for more space to accommodate a daily backlog of unwashed cages sparked a $40 million gut renovation of the two-building animal research facility on the campus of the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI) in Bethesda, Md. When the conjoined structures reopen this fall, they will be fully equipped with up-to-date features that facilitate animal care compliance, promote employee satisfaction, and offer uber-flexibility.

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Allentown Offers Webinar on Benefits of Biocontainment

Published 5/19/2020

Allentown, an industry leader in research animal housing solutions, is offering a webinar on May 20, 2020. "Benefits of Biocontainment" will address the global challenges facing the animal housing industry and the ways in which biocontainment protocols can help address some of these issues when employed in the Allentown BCU-2 IVC and Cage system.

The webinar will be aired in two sessions at 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM EDT. 

To register, visit Allentown, Inc.

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