Path Robotics Grows Workforce and Production Capacity in Ohio

Ohio-based artificial intelligence robotics company responsible for designing the world's first truly autonomous robotic welding system will expand its headquarters in Columbus.
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Company Name: Path Robotics, Inc.
Location: Columbus
Country of Origin: United States
Industry Sector: Advanced Manufacturing
Company Profile: Founded in 2018, Path Robotics is the only company in the world offering turnkey, robotic welding systems capable of autonomous welding. Its AI-driven, market-disrupting robotic product redefines industrial robotic welding. Earlier this year, the company received $56 million dollars in Series B funding, bringing total investment in Path Robotics to $71 million.
Company Website: www.path-robotics.com

Project Summary:

  • Type of Project: Expansion
  • jobs:
    • Jobs committed: 140
    • Jobs retained: 60
    • Types of jobs: Positions include software development, engineering, and production positions.
  • Capital Investment: $500,000

 

Company Need:

With a growing national customer base, Path Robotics sought to expand production capacity and personnel to help meet market demand for its product.

Testimonial:

“Path Robotics is poised for major growth, so bolstering our workforce in Columbus will allow us to increase our production capability. The Region’s strong talent pool paired with its forward-looking manufacturing industry makes Columbus the perfect environment to accommodate the long-term growth of our business and help us transform the manufacturing and welding sectors.”
– said Path Robotics CEO Andrew Lonsberry.

 
Why Ohio?

Path Robotics plans to expand personnel at its existing facility at 524 Maier Place and locate additional production operations at 3950 Business Park Drive, both in Columbus. The company cites a “strong talent pool paired with” a “forward-looking manufacturing industry” for choosing Ohio.

Ohio has the No. 3 largest manufacturing workforce in the U.S. and this talent is innovative. In fact, this talent supports companies in Ohio that are specializing in industrial internet of things (IIoT), additive manufacturing, 3D printing, automation, advanced materials (including glass-filled composites), and advanced metal alloys.

The majority of the company’s growth will occur at its existing facility, with a portion of its growth happening at its new, secondary location.

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Collaborators:

JobsOhio, One Columbus, and the Ohio Development Services Agency