Vice President of Operations, Derek Rinicella, was interviewed by Crain’s Cleveland to explain how Darko has evolved as a company since the Rinicella brothers purchased it from their father over 17 years ago. Derek quoted to Crain’s, “We’re a custom company, mainly working with brands but also with retailers. We’re very heavy into technology, LCD screens, a lot of motion, a lot of audio.”
With programs such as the Whirlpool 3X refrigerator, where Darko produced over 2,000 displays that went into Lowe’s and Home Depot stores nation-wide, it is no wonder the company is in need of the extra space to house sales offices, technology development, marketing, finance, printing, testing, assembly/production, and warehousing all under one roof.
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