BT Americas Inc. , 650 College Road East, Suite 3200, Princeton 08540; 609-799-1531; fax. Stacey Padovano, global services. www.btamericas.com.
BT Americas Inc. at 650 College Road East, has renewed its lease for its 20,888 square feet at its Forrestal Center location.
Along with its parent, BT Global Services, part of the BT Group, it provides desktop and network equipment and software, transport and connectivity, IP-based e-business solutions, managed network services, and systems integration and consulting to customers in Europe, North America, and Asia.
With an American presence since 1988, the company has some 1,800 professionals in the United States.
Its clients include AstraZeneca, PepsiCo, Reuters, and Unilever. The company moved into Forrestal Center in 2006.
Michael Tesser, senior managing director at Colliers International, and John Cahill, managing director, represented BT.
James Kinzig, president of Aegis Property Group, represented the building’s owner, 650 College Road Associates. The property is managed by BPG Management Company.
“We’re pleased that we were able to negotiate a renewal that would allow BT Americas to stay in their current space,” said Cahill.
“650 College Road East remains the ideal location for BT to support their central Jersey operation,” said Tesser, who called the building “the preeminent building in the business park.”
Himalya International, 3705 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 215, Hamilton 08619; 609-651-3960; fax, 908-842-0343. Sanjiv Kakar, president. www.himalyainternational.com, www.global-reliance.com.
Global Reliance, an international food distribution firm, is now called Himalya International, the name of its parent company.
The company, with an office in Hamilton, has more than 500 employees in India, where they process mushrooms, baby potatoes, and buffalo cheese.
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