News just in from the UK announces that PaperlinX Solutions and ArtSystems will be partnering together in offering Stratasys Idea Series 3D printers, including the Mojo and uprintSE, to the PaperlinkX customer base in the UK and Ireland. All parties involved have reason to celebrate as they are offering a dynamic range of 3D printers known worldwide, and PaperlinX is the largest company ArtSystems is currently partnered with for sales of Stratasys products.
“We’re extremely pleased to have a partner of the size, stature and resources of PaperlinX on board to work both with ourselves and the Stratasys range of 3D printing products. The potential for this market is enormous and we aim to be at the very forefront of driving forward its growth, development and profitability,” said Ted Freer, Divisional Manager at ArtSystems. “These really are exciting times.”
As a trade reseller-only distributor for large format printing and imaging technology, ArtSystems offers their expertise in:
- Sales and marketing
- Business development
- Full product support
- Full technical support
“The Stratasys range of equipment has huge potential, has a wonderful fit into PaperlinX and will be sold alongside our other equipment within the Visual Technology Solutions division,” said Phil Tomlinson, Hardware Sales Manager for PaperlinX Solutions. “We can’t wait to get started and are confident this will bring more added value and opportunities for growth to our customers across the UK.”
PaperlinX, with headquarters in Melbourne, Australia, operates its global operational head office in Northampton, United Kingdom. They operate in 20 companies, with approximately 4,000 employees.
PaperlinX is a worldwide leader in paper sales and distribution, and is also a leader in sales and distribution of communication materials and other products and services. They distribute paper, signs and displays, graphics material, and packaging materials. Their targeted customer base exists in a variety of sectors, to include printers, designers, publishers, advertisers, corporations, and the office market. Working closely with ‘a wide spectrum of customers,’ they will offer Stratasys’ products to both existing and new customers.
At the center of all this hoopla are the Stratasys products, offering technological innovation and excellence for those who wish to create 3D printed models and prototypes. Products are available in a range of systems, including desktop 3D printers which offer affordability to the individual users printing in smaller venues.
For this partnership, PaperlinX will focus on sales to its customer base, while ArtSystems will handle focusing on the logistics and technical aspects. Share your thoughts with us on this latest partnership in bringing 3D technology to the UK and Ireland at the PaperlinX Solutions and ArtSystems forum at 3DPB.com.
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