He will leave the company immediately.
Officials say the biggest hit to the company’s bottom line came from one-time tax charges.
Monroe-based company had quarterly sales of $413.6 million, up 6 percent from a year ago when sales totaled $389.9 million.
Owner cites lack of business.
U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur aims to show 2 coastal representatives how northwest Ohio differs from their home districts.
The biggest fine was levied against auto parts manufacturer Matsu Ohio Inc.
"We are very aware of the circumstances in the community and the neighborhood we will be in.”
The Sandusky-based company released its earnings on Wednesday.
Company took a financial hit from the new U.S. tax reform legislation.
Cold, snow blamed for decrease.