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Triton reopens evacuated facilities in Mississippi
LONG BEACH, Miss. (9/5/08)--ATM manufacturer Triton Systems of Delaware Inc. reopened its administrative offices and factory Wednesday after evacuations related to Hurricane Gustav closed both facilities in Mississippi. County officials had ordered the evacuation, said Alicia Blanda, spokesperson (ATM&Debit News Sept. 4). Triton is based in Long Beach, Miss. Its manufacturing plant is located 10 miles away. Neither was damaged in the Category 2 hurricane. To prepare for the storm, Triton shipped two truckloads of ATMs to its Memphis, Tenn., facility. That facility was opened after Hurricane Katrina closed the Long Beach offices for two weeks. It serves as a warehouse, repair and training, and technical support center.


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