base of operations


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Long considered by police as hotbeds of prostitution, motels offer cheap rent and easy access to freeways, and can become a base of operation for felons to manufacture forged identity cards and carry out big drug deals - and hide out from the cops.
By combining forces with them, we will immediately increase our market share, but more importantly we will effectively eliminate several years of start-up expenses and distractions in realizing our goal of establishing a major western base of operations.
a leading manufacturers representative of HVAC products in the New York metropolitan region since 1973, has expanded its presence on Long Island with the acquisition of a new base of operations in Lynbrook.
Boston and New York City based air- taxi operator Linear Air, announces launch of Caribbean service with new base of operations located in San Juan, Puerto Rico
With its Greek base of operations, its expertise in public development projects, and its strong business relationships across Europe, GVA Kantor enhances our members' ability to serve international clients.
Peter Khoury, Chief Executive Officer, "Similar to the restructuring of other units within GlobeTel, the changes made within GTWE reflect our desire for increased efficiency, and to give us a stronger base of operations in Europe.
Bruce Ratner, president and chief executive officer of Forest City Ratner Companies, said, "We are honored that an institution with such a long and successful history as the Bank of New York has selected Atlantic Terminal Office Building for its base of operations in Brooklyn.
More specifically, the new office will provide a base of operations for sales, service, and support activities, allowing the Company to respond more effectively to the increasing number of customers and partners throughout Europe.