A shipping employee for Lastar — the predecessor company to C2G — packages boxes in this 2010 photo.

Moraine company to move to Vandalia

A Moraine electronics equipment company is moving to Vandalia.

C2G , owned by Legrand’s Data communications division, said it is leasing 35,000 square feet of office space in a partnership with Crest Realty. The company said in a release that it will renovate the space before it moves in before the end of 2017.

C2G will have 150 employees at 6500 Poe Ave. Today, the business is at 3555 Kettering Blvd.

“We’re excited to invest in Vandalia, and we greatly appreciate the warm reception we have received from the city’s business and civic communities,” Mark Panico, president, Legrand Data communications division, said in a release. “We’re proud to be one of the largest holders of office space in Vandalia, and we look forward to contributing to the area’s strong economic growth.”

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The company offers products in audio-video and personal computer data connectivity, physical infrastructure and power management. The company said it will use its own products in the new Vandalia office.

“The Vandalia location is the perfect space for us to integrate and showcase our building infrastructure solutions with products designed to support data center, building network, and audio-video applications,” said Panico. “By using our own connectivity solutions, we’re demonstrating that we’re following the lead of our customers.”

C2G, a brand of Legrand, offers cabling and connection products. Legrand bought Lastar, Inc., including its Quiktron and C2G divisions, in 2014. A decade ago, Lastar moved from a Webster Street location Dayton to Moraine

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