Monday, December 5, 2022

Multiparts, Inc. Opening Office In Newport News

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NEWPORT NEWS—Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer recently announced that New York-based Multiparts, Inc. has leased 2,290 square feet of office space at One BayPort Way, Suite 200, in Newport News. A representative from Multiparts could not be reached to confirm when they would be ramping up their new location’s operations.

Multiparts, Inc. was founded in 1948 as Machine & Products to provide industrial parts and materials. While serving in the U.S. Army during World War II, founder Pierre Simon established several relations at the Office of Strategic Services in order to sell American materials for the reconstruction of Western Europe after the war ended.

Renamed Multiparts, Inc. in 1972, the company gained a reputation for providing high quality parts and service to the aeronautic, marine, and space communities. The company offers a wide range of products specializing in electronic, electrical, optical, and chemical products to serve aerospace, scientific, defense, research, and communications industries.

The company is registered with the U.S. State Department (for International Traffic in Arms Regulations—ITAR) and Commerce Departments.

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