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Nextremity HQ to move to Warsaw

A 5-year-old, New Jersey-based company is moving its headquarters to Warsaw.

Nextremity Solutions, which specializes in small joint problems, wanted its corporate office to be closer to the orthopedic industry and its talent pool found in Warsaw, according to an announcement from the Kosciusko Economic Development Corp.

The firm, which employs 15 at its headquarters, turns orthopedic surgeons’ innovative ideas into marketable products. Nextremity hires contractors to make the items.

The company’s management, finance, sales and marketing operations will be in Warsaw. The research and development office will remain in New Jersey.

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