Entrepreneur Randy Theken’s next step is as hectic as ever

Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.

Written by Chuck Soder.

Selling three spinal implant companies for $200 million just wasn’t enough for Randy Theken.

So he started three new companies, hired 25 people and bought a 3-D printer that can make things out of titanium.

Now he’s about to start building a highly automated manufacturing plant in Akron. It’ll be right next to the Theken Terminal — a former airport terminal that houses the so-called “NextStep” family of companies.

The $12 million plant will serve as the center of operations for one of his new companies, NextStep AM, which stands for “additive manufacturing.”

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Originally published June 14, 2015.

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