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Citigroup Inc. is a diversified financial services holding company. The Company provides a range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, trade and securities services and wealth management. Its operating business segments include Institutional Clients Group (ICG), Personal Banking and Wealth Management (PBWM), Legacy Franchises and Corporate/Other. ICG segment consists of services, markets, and banking that provides corporate, institutional, and public sector clients with a range of wholesale banking products and services. The Company’s PBWM segment consists of United States (US) personal banking and global wealth management, providing traditional banking services and credit cards to retail and small business customers in the U.S. Its Legacy Franchises segment includes Asia consumer banking, Mexico consumer banking/Mexico small business and middle-market banking (SBMM) and legacy holdings assets.

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$51.13
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51.76
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Soft Robotics Inc. secures $26M in first close of Series C led by Tyson Ventures. Marel and Johnsonville also invest and join Soft Robotics powerful syndicate.

7:13 am ET November 18, 2022 (PR Newswire) Print

Soft Robotics Inc. (SRI) announced today that it raised $26M in an initial Series C closing and will use the funds to expand commercial deployment of its mGripAI™ robotic picking solutions. mGripAI is an easy-to-integrate automation package that combines ultra-fast 3D vision and artificial intelligence technologies with patented and proven, IP69K-rated, soft grasping to give industrial robots the hand-eye coordination of humans. This unprecedented combination of robotic "hands," "eyes," and "brains" enables, for the first time, the use of high-speed industrial arms to automate bulk picking processes throughout protein, produce, dairy, baked goods, and prepared foods operations.

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Soft Robotics has experienced a rapid surge in demand for its solutions and has delivered the four largest sales quarter

Soft Robotics' Series C was led by Tyson Ventures, the venture capital arm of Tyson Foods (NYSE:TSN), and brings new investors, Marel (AEX:MAREL) and Johnsonville, into SRI's powerful investor syndicate. SRI reported that it closed the first $26M of an undisclosed-size round with participation from these new investors and strong participation from existing investors.

"We're delighted that some of the world's leaders in the food production and automation markets have decided to join existing investors in supporting SRI's continuing growth journey," said Jeff Beck, Chief Executive Officer of Soft Robotics. "SRI's technologies are increasingly crucial to enabling and scaling efficient and safe production of several food categories. This round of growth capital strengthens SRI's ability to rapidly develop, deploy and support those technologies."

"For decades, food producers have been unable to adopt industrial robot arms to automate their most labor-intensive, bulk production processes," said Mark Chiappetta, Chief Operating Officer of Soft Robotics. "Finally, there is a solution! mGripAI, with its revolutionary perception and AI, unlocks the use of industrial robots in nearly all stages of food production increasing throughput, improving food quality, reducing facility footprint, and breaking the critical dependency on labor."

Companies such as Tyson Foods and Johnsonville, are betting on adoption of robotic automation to help improve safety and increase production in their facilities to meet the demand for high quality, safe and nutritious protein products. Both companies are existing users of Soft Robotics solutions.

"At Tyson, we are continually exploring new areas in automation that can enhance safety and increase the productivity of our team members," said Rahul Ray, Senior Director of Tyson Ventures. "Soft Robotics' revolutionary robotic technology, computer vision and AI platform have the potential to transform the food industry and will play a key role in any company's automation journey."

"We're excited to be extending our partnership with Soft Robotics and adding investor to our existing customer relationship," said Kevin Ladwig, Managing Director of Johnsonville Ventures. "We believe Soft Robotics offers best-in-class pick and place systems which are applicable to numerous primary and secondary processing operations. Applications that reduce repetitive motion and improve employee safety, in addition to enhancing productivity, are welcomed improvements for any operation."

A global increase in demand for quality and sustainably produced food, at a time of worsening labor scarcity, is causing food producers to struggle with supply, further intensifying the pressure to automate. As a result, Soft Robotics has experienced a rapid surge in demand for its solutions and has delivered the four largest sales quarters in the company's eight-year history.

About Soft RoboticsSoft Robotics is an industry-leading technology company that designs and builds automated, high-speed picking solutions using proprietary soft robotic grippers, 3D machine vision, and artificial intelligence. The company's transformational robotic solutions enable system integrators and OEM machinery builders to offer solutions that automate some of the most challenging bulk processes found in food production. Learn more atwww.softroboticsinc.com.

Soft Robotics is backed by leading corporate and financial investors that include ABB, Calibrate Ventures, FANUC, Johnsonville, Marel, Material Impact, Scale Venture Partners, Tekfen and Tyson.

Media and General Inquiries:Julie ColluraDirector, Marketing Communicationsjcollura@softroboticsinc.com

Investment/partnership inquiries:Mark ChiappettaChief Operating Officermchiappetta@softroboticsinc.com

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