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Aerospace Tech Company Expands on Long Island

North Atlantic Industries acquires a 90K square foot facility in Bohemia to consolidate departments in global headquarters.

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North Atlantic Industries new headquarters in Bohemia, LI. Photo: Town of Islip

An aerospace tech company will be expanding its presence on Long Island with the acquisition of a 90,000 sq. ft. facility in Bohemia. North Atlantic Industries (NAI) plans to occupy the space by June 2021.


The recently acquired facility will increase the company’s presence by 80% in New York State.


According to a press release, the new facility allows NAI to expand engineering, production, test and quality and assembly and manufacturing operations. It will also permit these functions to be housed under one roof, with sales and marketing, HR, IT and the leadership team.


A partnership with the Islip Industrial Development Agency and Empire State Development has enabled NAI to double down on its commitment to growth in the region, according to NAI representatives.


Islip Supervisor, Angie Carpenter touted the role that the Town of Islip IDA plays in helping businesses remain and grow in Islip. 


“The NAI expansion is a shining example of that,” she said.


NAI supplies embedded computing solutions and power supplies to the world’s most demanding defense, commercial aerospace and industrial applications.


“Our uniquely modular approach has caught the attention of industry leaders,” said Lino Massafra, VP of Sales and Marketing. “Now with the space to add resources, our customers will be amazed at the breadth and scale of problems that can be solved with our versatile COSA [Configurable Open Systems Architecture] approach.”


NAI also plans to hire qualified undergraduate and graduate student interns to join their team, contribute new ideas and thrive in a fast-paced, tech-focused environment.