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Path-Tec opens new facility, plans to add jobs in Columbus

Columbus, GA (WTVM) - Georgia company Path-Tec, a provider of specimen management solutions, had its ribbon cutting Friday morning in Columbus.

Path-Tec’s CEO Kevin Boykin, a Georgia native, says although they’re one of those “hidden companies” and not too well known by the community, the company plays an important role in the community’s health.

“We provide something very important, that’s why our employees come in with a sense of purpose because they’re helping that patient get their test results which could help with diagnosis and treatment,” Boykin said. 
Path-Tec’s grand opening Friday morning included a  tour of the new 126,000 square foot facility, providing a behind the scenes look at the provider of specimen management solutions business operations.

One example of what Pac-Tech provides would be when you go to the doctor or hospital and a sample of your urine or blood is needed, the collection kits used by the healthcare professionals could be from this new Path-Tec facility.

The company provides these healthcare collection kits, production, distribution and technology across the country and internationally.
Boykin says the company plans to add 50 new jobs this year at the new Columbus facility, in addition to the 100 employees who currently work at Path-Tec.

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