NDC expansion brings jobs to Huber Heights


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Dave Roland, President of NDC Technologies, speaks during the ribbon cutting ceremony.


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Renovated office space was part of the NDC Technologies expansion.


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Officials with NDC Technogies joined with others from Huber Heights, the Dayton Development Corporation, and others to hold a ribbon cutting on their expanded offices. The company will add 42 jobs and relocate its headquarters to Huber Heights.


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HUBER HEIGHTS — NDC Technologies, a leading global provider of measurement and control systems, joined officials from Dayton Development Coalition, Montgomery County and the City of Huber Heights at a ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil the first phase of its newly renovated headquarters at 8001 Technology Boulevard, Dayton Ohio.

“This is a great day for our organization,” said Dave Roland, President of NDC Technologies. “NDC has been a pioneer in the measurement and controls industry for over 50 years, because we aim high and hire great people. Our newly renovated headquarters is just the continuation of our journey as we simplify, focus and execute our business plan to deliver the highest levels of customer satisfaction and innovation to drive future growth.”

“The City of Huber Heights is excited that NDC Technologies has expanded their operation and relocated their headquarters at the Center Point 70 location,” says Robert Schommer, Huber Heights City Manager. “The collaboration between NDC, the City, Montgomery County, DDC and JobsOhio helped create an expedited, smooth process for their expansion. We are proud that they now call the City of Huber Heights their official home.”

“We’re thrilled NDC Technologies chose to expand its Huber Heights facility and relocate its headquarters to the Dayton Region,” said Mitch Heaton, Vice President of Economic Development for the Dayton Development Coalition. “NDC is another example of how companies come to the Dayton Region, see the benefits, stay and build their company. I’ve been honored to work with NDC staff as many of them relocate to the region, and I know they will love living here as much as I do.”

“NDC Technologies’ decision to expand and bring 42 new jobs to Huber Heights speaks to the competitiveness of Ohio and the Dayton Region,” said JobsOhio Managing Director for Advanced Manufacturing and Aerospace, Glenn Richardson. “This cutting-edge facility is another example of a high-tech innovator investing and growing in Ohio, and we look forward to working with NDC to continue that success.”

“We are looking forward to the company’s expansion here, and we welcome their investment in our region. This is another fine example of how Montgomery County’s long-term strategy to attract more hi-tech, advanced manufacturing business is paying off,” said Dan Foley, President of the Board of County Commissioners.”

The new office renovations include a contemporary front lobby and reception desk, modern executive offices with front-glass views and an open office floor plan with cubicles for up to 100 employees, revamped conference rooms, newly designed restrooms, contemporary carpeting and paint schemes, new lighting solution and other office enhancements. The entrance foyer sets the tone for NDC’s high-tech business with a large, state-of-the- art display system that visually communicates the company’s measurement solutions offering.

Dave Roland, President of NDC Technologies, speaks during the ribbon cutting ceremony.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2017/05/web1_Dave-Speech_sm.jpgDave Roland, President of NDC Technologies, speaks during the ribbon cutting ceremony. Contributed photo

Renovated office space was part of the NDC Technologies expansion.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2017/05/web1_Inside-Renovated_Cubicles.jpgRenovated office space was part of the NDC Technologies expansion. Contributed photo

Officials with NDC Technogies joined with others from Huber Heights, the Dayton Development Corporation, and others to hold a ribbon cutting on their expanded offices. The company will add 42 jobs and relocate its headquarters to Huber Heights.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2017/05/web1_Ribbon-Cutting_sm.jpgOfficials with NDC Technogies joined with others from Huber Heights, the Dayton Development Corporation, and others to hold a ribbon cutting on their expanded offices. The company will add 42 jobs and relocate its headquarters to Huber Heights. Contributed photo

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