Company moving headquarters to Huber Heights

NDC Technologies at show in Dusseldorf Messe. CONTRIBUTED

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NDC Technologies at show in Dusseldorf Messe. CONTRIBUTED

A California-based manufacturer is consolidating and moving its headquarters to Huber Heights.

NDC Technologies, which develops and produces process measurement and control instruments, will consolidate its production and administration functions and move its headquarters in Irwindale, Cal., to the Dayton area.

The company already has a presence in Huber Heights at 8001 Technology Blvd. A company statement said the move is “part of an ongoing strategy to drive simplification in business processes to become more agile, further improve global execution and place even greater focus on serving customers and developing new products.”

This media outlet has made calls to the company to find out the number employees that will be moved to the new location. The company has around 80 employees at its Huber Heights location.

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The facility in Irwindale will not close, but will undergo infrastructure improvements to transform into the company’s new Web Process Solutions Technical Centre of Excellence. NDC also has a manufacturing facility in the United Kingdom, and direct sales and support facilities in China, Japan, France, Germany and Italy.

“We are rolling out a phased plan to ease the transition and to ensure continuity of good customer service,” said Dave Roland, president of NDC Technologies.

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NDC provides measurement and control systems, which are used in the food, chemicals, pharmaceutical and tobacco industries. The company also works to offer solutions for measurements in the cable, metals and tubing industries.


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