WernerCo relocates headquarters to Itasca

  • Global manufacturer WernerCo said it will move its U.S. based headquarters to Hamilton Lakes in Itasca.

    Global manufacturer WernerCo said it will move its U.S. based headquarters to Hamilton Lakes in Itasca. Daily Herald file photo/Mark Welsh

 
Updated 10/9/2019 9:45 AM

ITASCA -- WernerCo, an international manufacturer and distributor of access products, fall protection equipment, secure storage systems and light duty construction equipment, will move its U.S. based headquarters to Hamilton Lakes in Itasca.

The company is bringing together its executive team members, corporate staff and leadership from engineering, product development and marketing to support its comprehensive portfolio of global brands.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

"Our new office space at Hamilton Lakes creates a unique economic opportunity and a business environment that will provide an excellent location to integrate our corporate teams," said James T. Caudill, WernerCo's global chief executive officer. "The space is conducive to collaboration and creativity among our employee base in a location that will also attract top talent. We are extremely optimistic about the new centralized location contributing to our long-term success."

WernerCo's global manufacturing footprint with 14 sites in the U.S., Australia, Canada, China, France, Hungary, Mexico, Philippines, Vietnam, Germany and the United Kingdom.

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