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Roboze Opens Munich Office for German 3D Printing Customers

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After creating numerous working relationships with German companies interested in using high-performance 3D printing polymers, the Italy-headquartered Roboze has taken the leap to open up a new facility in Munich. Known for much more than just beer and bratwurst, the capital of Bavaria is a European industrial hub. With that in mind, the Roboze team will also be able to better meet the continued demand of German manufacturers 3D printing with Roboze super polymers.

Founded in 2013 by CEO Alessio Lorusso, Roboze is known for providing AM solutions in the metal replacement field. This means industrial-grade 3D printers representative of the third-wave of fused filament fabrication, capable of 3D printing high-temperature plastics. Roboze is strengthening its position not only in Germany but in Europe overall—seeking out “strategic European markets for additive manufacturing,” as stated in a recent press release sent to 3DPrint.com. Their expansion has already been impressive throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) with a variety of partnerships, along with the creation of Roboze Spa in Italy and this year—Roboze, Inc., headquartered in  Houston, TX.

With further presence within major international target markets for their solutions, the new Roboze GmbH team will offer the convenience of being in closer proximity to customers currently branching out further in terms of new technology, innovation, production processes, and more.

“The decision has been a natural one and has taken on board the strong demand from our current and future German customers and partners,” said Lorusso.

The Munich office will soon be welcoming new staff, experienced in both the technical and commercial areas of Roboze’s business—assisting German customers as they continue to transform their manufacturing processes (from what may have been years or even decades of using traditional technology) with 3D printing and the use of a wide range of new composites and polymers.

Over the next several years, the Roboze strategy in terms of human resources is to recruit dozens of new team members for the German office. They are actively seeking the following critical personnel right now:

  • A native DACH Territory Manager for sales management and business development
  • Marketing professionals
  • Application engineers
  • Field service engineers

“Germany is an extremely competent and competitive reality, with a high degree of selectivity in terms of quality and professionalism,” said Lorusso. “This strong character has pushed us to have a direct dialogue in this market and to invest in new resources and energy in order to be always at the forefront and close to our German customers.”

The new office is expected to be open within the next few months.

Curious about Roboze and their product offerings? Find out more here. This is a company we have followed over a number of years, from continued expansion and agreements with partners in other regions to strategic research collaborations; however, their greatest contribution to the 3D printing industry has been 3D printers, new polymers, and associated equipment.

[Source / Images: Roboze]

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