A robotics business will spend $2 million on an expansion of its factory in Fremont.

Motion Controls Robotics says the site will increase by 25,500 square feet, which would be utilized for developing automation technologies.

The move is likely to create at least 18 new jobs.

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The project, which is scheduled to start construction in 2023, received approval from the Ohio Tax Credit Authority for a Job Creation Tax Credit.

​Scott Lang, the company’s president, said in an announcement “This expansion, along with the discussion of building another facility close to our customers, is all part of our 10-year plan.”

The business offers robotic systems to several industries, including manufacturing, consumer packaged products, and food and beverage.

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J.P. Nauseef, president of JobsOhio, said: “Motion Control Robotics’ $2 million investment in Fremont will position the company as one of the leading providers of robotic automation systems in North America​,”

“This expansion will elevate the company to the next tier of automation expertise and strengthen Ohio’s global position as an advanced manufacturing powerhouse.”

What is Motion Controls Robotics?

Motion Controls Robotics, Inc (MCRI) has provided various industries with the highest quality robotic automation systems.

Where it is headquartered? The company is headquartered in Fremont, Ohio.

How many staff does it have? Motion Controls Robotics has 84 employees.

What is its annual revenue? The annual revenue is $16 Million.

Source: The Blade

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