Visagio and DiManEx are combining efforts to strengthen production processes for clients around the world. Both companies are heavily focused on supply chain management, helping to streamline businesses with innovative solutions and approaches necessary for success today.
With offices in London, Moscow, Perth, Sydney, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Visagio’s expertise in consulting will complement DiManEx, based in The Netherlands, specializing in 3D printing and additive manufacturing processes. Currently, their approach is centered around helping professionals use new technology to shift from mass production to end-user and on-demand processes. Customers have access to parts in over 2,000 types of materials, whether choosing plastic or metal.
Founded in 2015, DiManEx encourages their customers to take advantage of the wide range of benefits 3D printing offers, to include:
- Speed and innovation, refining first series production
- Greater affordability in manufacturing
- Production and assembly locations nearby, with decreased minimum quantities
Visagio has recently been named as one of the leading supply chain consulting teams in Europe, and along with DiManEx, they appreciate the increasing demand for 3D printing—now a billion-dollar industry continuing to grow at an accelerated rate for use in applications like auto, construction, aerospace, electronics, dental and medical, and far more. Both companies expect their collaboration to be relevant in light of changes occurring in modern businesses, and especially with the advent of disruptive technology like additive manufacturing in the mainstream.
“Together, Visagio and DiManEx form a powerful combination. DiManEx provides analytics of vast amounts of technical and supply chain data, engineering services and a network of additive manufacturing partners under one roof,” said Len Pannett, Managing Partner EMEA at Visagio. “This complements Visagio’s capabilities in supply chain, inventory optimization and data management.”
Pannett also explained that, as the partners work together with a long-term focus in improving supply chain, inventory, and MRO spare parts management for their customers, clients will be able to “reduce costs in their supply chains, improve efficiencies and quickly increase service levels.”With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, few businesses or individuals had the chance to prepare for the sudden, very serious health and economic concerns that followed. With abrupt change due to a forced new normal companies around the world are now more challenged than ever to focus on maintaining supply chains, watching the bottom line, and increasing flexibility.
“Companies were already increasingly looking for ways to optimize their supply chains and mitigate risks,” said Tibor van Melsem Kocsis, founder and CEO of DiManEx, adding that this development is now being exacerbated by the pandemic and geo-political tensions. “The capabilities of this partnership are instrumental in resolving many of the materials issues being faced.”
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