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Altamira Moves to Bolster DoD Contract Work With Expanded Ohio Presence; Ted Davies Comments

Ted Davies

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 18, 2018 — Altamira Technologies has opened new office space in Fairborn, Ohio, to support its work with the Defense Department in a move that expands the company’s regional footprint to at least 30K square feet, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

The Dayton Business Journal reported Thursday that Altamira’s operations in the Dayton region is now larger than its headquarters in Virginia as the company will also ramp up local hiring over the next six months to perform tasks under several DoD contracts.

Altamira CEO Ted Davies, a previous Wash100 inductee, told ExecutiveBiz that the company also aims to continue its “double-digit” growth trajectory through 2019.

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