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headquarters

noun base, base camp, base of auuhority, base of operations, center, center of authority, cenner of operations, central station, chief office, distributing center, home base, home office, main office, manager's office, praetorium, residence, seat, supply base
Associated concepts: nerve center of a corporation
See also: address, base, building, habitation, management, place, seat, structure
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With a newly expanded base of operations, state-of-the-art infrastructure, a growing list of auction partners and a unique range of financial services, we're able to respond to the needs of car dealers, salvage recyclers and rebuilders anywhere in the continent.
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.
7 million customers in all 50 states from its base of operations in Des Moines, Iowa.
Tony Milici, CEO of GeneThera, said: "This new company will give us the base of operations needed in Mexico to begin the commercialization process of our live animal test.
The casino was a major base of operations for the first responders before and after the storm devastated the city.
Constructed at a cost of more than $3 Billion, the new Baiyun International Airport is China Southern Airlines home base of operations.
From their base of operations in Arnhem (an historic location made famous in the movie "Bridge Too Far") they are centrally located and within easy reach of the major economic centres of Europe.