Globo H (GH), a hexasaccharide, is expressed at low levels in normal tissues but is highly expressed in multiple cancer types, rendering it a promising target for cancer immunotherapy. OBI-999, a novel antibody–drug conjugate, is derived from a conjugation of a GH-specific mAb with a monomethyl auristatin E (MMAE) payload through a site-specific ThioBridge and a cleavable linker. OBI-999 high homogeneity with a drug-to-antibody ratio of 4 (>95%) was achieved using ThioBridge. OBI-999 displayed GH-dependent cellular internalization and trafficked to endosome and lysosome within 1 and 5 hours, respectively. Furthermore, OBI-999 showed low nanomolar cytotoxicity in the assay with high GH expression on tumor cells and exhibited a bystander killing effect on tumor cells with minimal GH expression. Tissue distribution indicated that OBI-999 and free MMAE gradually accumulated in the tumor, reaching maximum level at 168 hours after treatment, whereas OBI-999 and free MMAE decreased quickly at 4 hours after treatment in normal organs. Maximum MMAE level in the tumor was 16-fold higher than in serum, suggesting that OBI-999 is stable during circulation and MMAE is selectively released in the tumor. Excellent tumor growth inhibition of OBI-999 was demonstrated in breast, gastric, and pancreatic cancer xenograft or lung patient–derived xenograft models in a dose-dependent manner. The highest nonseverely toxic dose in cynomolgus monkeys is 10 mg/kg determined by a 3-week repeated-dose toxicology study demonstrating an acceptable safety margin. Taken together, these results support further clinical development of OBI-999, which is currently in a phase I/II clinical study in multiple solid tumors (NCT04084366). OBI-999, the first GH-targeting ADC, displayed excellent tumor inhibition in animal models across multiple cancer types, including breast, gastric, pancreatic, and lung cancers, warranting further investigation in the treatment of solid tumors.