URBANA, Ohio (WDTN) - Urbana based Rittal Corp. is moving its headquarters to suburban Chicago.
The company announced Thursday it will relocate the company’s executives, sales leadership, marketing and product management staff, according to a report published by the Dayton Business Journal.
Rittal manufactures and develops enclosures, racks and cabinets used with industrial and IT equipment.
Rittal has production facilities in Urbana and plans an upgrade to several production lines in Urbana to boost capacity.
It has not been announced how many jobs will be leaving Ohio.
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