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Georgia: Path-Tec to expand Columbus operations, create 350 jobs

Christian Fernsby |
Path-Tec will invest more than $5 million in expanding their operations in Columbus.

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Topics: GEORGIA   

Thanks to the type and quality of their services, Path-Tec has experienced accelerated growth during the COVID-19 pandemic and expects to create 350 jobs locally with their expansion.

Since its opening in 2005, Path-Tec has provided solutions for hospitals and laboratories, including specialized logistics services, client supply management, custom medical kit design, and end-to-end outsourced technology services. With this expansion, Path-Tec will employ a total of 565 people in the Columbus area.

Path-Tec is opening a 106,000-square-foot facility located in the Corporate Ridge Business Park that will serve as a secondary inventory, kitting, and distribution operation for the company.

This expansion will help Path-Tec meet increased customer demand, as well as provide additional services and products that will help facilitate the collection and transport of diagnostic and clinical trial samples. As part of this expansion project, Path-Tec is also investing in production equipment that will significantly increase their ability to produce specialized collection kits and supplies.

Path-Tec will be hiring for positions at a variety of skill levels, including positions in production, distribution, inventory management, and customer service.

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