PowerBuilt Material Handling Solutions Expands Operations in Bellefontaine, Ohio
The company’s investment will be used to expand into a new 52,399-square-foot facility at 2250 South Main Street in Bellefontaine. The building will undergo a series of renovations and add capacity for research and development, robotic equipment testing, assembly, in-house fabrication and expanded product offerings. Hiring for machining and fabrication, assembly, engineering and project management positions is already under way.
PowerBuilt’s existing headquarters at 230 Reynolds Avenue in Bellefontaine has been in production for nearly 20 years and currently employs 25 employees.
“Our primary goal is to serve our customers by providing quality ergonomic solutions while meeting increased production demands in a competitive automotive market,” said Nate Hauck, Vice President at PowerBuilt. “We’re fortunate to call Logan County our home and thank Bellefontaine for its continued support as we take this next step in our company’s growth.”
“Since its inception in Bellefontaine, PowerBuilt’s immense growth has been a testament to the talented workforce, market access and community support available in Logan County,” said Ben Vollrath, President of Logan County Chamber of Commerce. “The company’s continued investment and community efforts in Bellefontaine have been invaluable, and we thank PowerBuilt for its commitment to our county.”
“PowerBuilt is advancing automotive manufacturing efficiency throughout North America from the Columbus Region,” said Jonathan Bridges, JobsOhio Automotive Director. “PowerBuilt’s expansion will bring 18 new jobs to a long-vacant facility that has capacity to attract future job opportunities to Bellefontaine.”
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