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FLIR division moves to New Hampshire

Extech Instruments recently relocated its headquarters to a new facility in Nashua, N.H., along with the Billerica, Mass., operations of its parent company FLIR Systems' Commercial Systems division.

In the coming months the Nashua location will house the Eastern U.S. operations for FLIR’s Commercial Systems division, as well as Raymarine, FLIR’s marine systems division.

The new location will house administrative and corporate offices, customer service and technical support, marketing and sales, quality control, National Institute of Standards and Technology calibration laboratories, repair services and an extensive warehouse.

FLIR’s educational institute, the Infrared Training Center, will also be moving to the Nashua location in January, the company said.

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