Vittoria is Moving North America Headquarters to Bentonville

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Alongside new office space, Vittoria will provide 1,000sq ft of retail space for the Bentonville community to engage with the brand and experience Vittoria’s wide range of products.

Vittoria Industries North America is moving its headquarters from Oklahoma City to Bentonville, taking space in the Ledger, a new six-story building downtown, providing bike-friendly amenities to make biking to work easy and enjoyable. The move is expected to take place in December 2022.

The Ledger Building in Bentonville.
The Ledger Building in Bentonville.

Vittoria manufactures and commercializes tires, tubulars, and inner tubes for bicycles. With an annual production of over 7 million tires, they are among the largest players in the sector. As a Group, they own the ‘Vittoria’ brand for road and mountain bike tires and distribute third-party manufactured bicycle accessories all over the world.

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Karim Pine, Managing Director of Vittoria Industries North America, said that the company’s sales and marketing team would be moving to Bentonville while the warehouse will remain in Oklahoma City. Vittoria plans to add six new employees to the staff.

“We are very excited to relocate our headquarters to Bentonville and join the Bentonville community. Bentonville is becoming the epicenter of cycling in the United States, and we look forward to being part of it. This marks an exciting new chapter for Vittoria and showcases the investment in the US market by the Vittoria Group.” Karim Pine, Managing Director of Vittoria Industries North America

In addition to the 1,250sq ft of office space, Vittoria will be opening a 1,000sq ft retail kiosk in the lobby of the building. The space will offer the Bentonville community an opportunity to experience Vittoria’s wide range of products and engage directly with the brand. Vittoria will also provide free service to every tenant in the building.

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