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Why Industry Clusters? SITE Selector™ you can choose to locate near customers, suppliers, or a workforce specializing in your industry. Or, if you’re concerned about protecting your intellectual property, you can choose to isolate yourself from your likely competitors Clusters also reduce the risk of relocation for employees, it can also be easier to attract talented people from other locations.

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Aerospace technology leader North Atlantic Industries, Inc. is moving its global headquarters to a 90,000-square-foot facility in Bohemia, NY this spring.

NAI, a leading provider of embedded electronics and computing for the world’s most demanding military, industrial and commercial aerospace industries, plans to move to the Bohemia facility by June, the company said. The facility, which represents an 80% increase in the company’s physical presence in New York state, will provide additional space for the expansion of NAI’s engineering, production, test and quality and assembly and manufacturing operations.

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Hundreds apply to relocate to Tucson through incentive program

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