leased facility

leased facility

[′lēst fə′sil·əd·ē]
(communications)
A collection of communication lines dedicated to a particular service; sometimes the lines have a predetermined path through system switching equipment.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This first-generation leased facility features three stories and resides on a nearly four-acre site.
The company added the leased facility is expected to create 50 new, full-time jobs within three years of opening.
21 March 2011 -US-based company The Ensign Group Inc (NASDAQ: ENSG) announced last Friday that it has acquired The Lexington, a 125-bed assisted living facility in Ventura, California, and Victoria Care Center, a 188-bed skilled nursing facility that has been operated by an Ensign subsidiary as a leased facility since 2003.
MaxLite will use the facility as its new headquarters, replacing a leased facility nearby.
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The new leased facility will allow DHL to utilise current resources available at the Air Force Reserve Base, such as 24/7 operation, GSE equipment and enhanced security measures.
An auto dealership in the Riverdale area of Little Rock has acquired its leased facility in a $450,000 deal.
As it did, it found it had a consumer products division operating in a leased facility in the same city.
Louis combined to represent The Sherwin-Williams Company in the renewal and extension of its largest leased facility, a 1,221,000 s/f regional distribution center in Effingham, IL.
The site currently has one leased facility, which contains 250,000 square feet.