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Business Florida 2013 - The Regions

Northeast Florida

Jacksonville, St. Augustine

| 9/20/2012

NOTABLE EMPLOYERS

Aviation

• FlightStar Aircraft Services, Cecil Field - Jacksonville

• Kaman Aerospace Corporation - Jacksonville

• Northrop Grumman Corporation - St. Augustine

Financial/Insurance Services

• Bank of America/Merrill Lynch - Jacksonville

• Deutsche Bank- Jacksonville

• Fidelity National Financial - Jacksonville

• Florida Blue - Jacksonville

• JPMorgan Chase - Jacksonville

Life Sciences/Healthcare

• Baptist Health System - Jacksonville

• Mayo Clinic - Jacksonville

• Medtronic Inc. - Jacksonville

• St. Vincent’s Healthcare - Jacksonville

Logistics/Distribution

• Coach Distribution Center - Jacksonville

• Crowley Maritime Corporation - Jacksonville

• CSX - Jacksonville

• Landstar System Inc. - Jacksonville

• Patriot Transportation Holding Inc. - Jacksonville

• RailAmerica Inc. - Jacksonville

Manufacturing

• Georgia Pacific Corporation - Palatka

• Pilot Pen Corporation of America - Jacksonville

• SAFT North America - Jacksonville

Tags: Northeast, Business Florida

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