O. H. Rodseth Company (“Rodseth”) has been in the business of machinery moving and exhibition services in the Chicago metropolitan area for 70 years. In 1930, Rodseth was formed by Ole Rodseth in Chicago, Illinois. Ole’s son Richard Rodseth took over the business in 1960 and moved its operations to an office and warehouse facility in Arlington Heights, Illinois.
In 1979, Victor Casini, a long-time participant in the machinery moving and exhibition services industry, purchased the Rodseth business and has been the owner and operator ever since. In 1998, Mr. Casini moved the company to a 134,000 square foot office and warehouse complex in Bensenville, Illinois. In that same year the company expanded into warehousing and formed Casini Warehousing Corporation. In May of 2012, Mr. Casini moved the company to a 130,000 square foot office and warehouse in Itasca, IL.
O. H. Rodseth provides a broad range of services in the machinery moving and exhibition service industry, with experience and expertise in the following areas:
Victor Casini has over 35 years of experience in the machinery moving and exhibition services industry. He started as an apprentice in the Machinery Movers, Riggers and Machinery Erectors Union (Local 136), worked his way up to the positions of Foreman and Chief Steward of the Union, and ultimately purchased his own business. Since 1973, Mr. Casini has overseen all aspects of running a machinery moving and exhibition services company. Mr. Casini continues as a member in good standing of Local 136.
O. H. Rodseth also has a full complement of supporting employees, including access to additional members of Local 136 as required per job, five truck drivers, and two full-time office personnel.