RELATED: Dayton brand gets new muscle
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