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Hexagon Mining relocates North American headquarters

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Hexagon Mining, an information technology provider of planning, operations and safety solutions for the mining industry, has announced the relocation and expansion of its Tucson, Arizona-based North American headquarters to downtown Tucson.

Hexagon Mining employs 140 people in Tucson and plans to add 120 jobs over the next five years. It employs 580 people worldwide and is committed to innovation, investing more than 20% of revenue back into R&D.

Hexagon Mining selected City Park at 40 East Congress Street, Tucson, AZ, 85701 as its new North American headquarters. The company will lease 26 000 ft2 on the third and fourth floors of the Bourn Companies‘ development.

Hexagon Mining plans to open downtown in Summer 2018. New positions will include executive management, IT, engineering, R&D, product development/management, sales, HR, legal, marketing and administrative/support.

"We were looking at multiple cities for a new building suited for a North American headquarters of a global technology company," said Hélio Samora, president, Hexagon Mining. "Our new downtown Tucson location and image is highly attractive for millennial talent from universities and abroad. We plan to benefit the entire Tucson region by hosting clients for training, sales presentations, and events."

 Project partners include Rio Nuevo, Bourn Companies, Pima County, City of Tucson, Arizona Commerce Authority, and Sun Corridor Inc.

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