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National Instruments invests in multimillion pound development

National Instruments invests in multimillion pound development
National Instruments invests in multimillion pound development

National Instruments UK and Ireland has invested in a new multimillion pound development to house sales, marketing and support staff for the region.

Still based in Newbury, the new office, named Measurement House, has been designed and built to the company's specifications.

According to NI, the move comes as a result of the company's continued growth and success in the UK and Ireland. The larger headquarters double the space available and are the fourth operational office in NI UK and Ireland's 23 year history. The move is designed to provide room for future expansion and recruitment.

Robert Morton, National Instruments UK & Ireland managing director, said: "I'm delighted that we are able to build on our reputation as a great place to work with our awesome new building and provide such outstanding facilities for our customers and employees."

Measurement House will be officially opened in the new year.

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Chris Shaw

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