Today comes an announcement from Zurich regarding a dynamic new agreement and partnership between two European companies with their sights set on lighting Asia up with their 3D printing solutions — not only across the world — but across a wide variety of sectors.
DKSH has agreed to provide EnvisionTEC with marketing, sales, and support in:
- The Philippines
This is a highly strategic partnership for the two companies as DKSH is firmly in the door in the Asian market, and will be able to create a substantial amount of new business for EnvisionTEC, provider of professional grade 3D printers, software, and 3D printing materials. EnvisionTEC provides a variety of specialty 3D printing solutions to industries in the following sectors:
“It is a privilege for us to partner with a highly innovative company like EnvisionTEC. Thanks to our unmatched Asian footprint, we can leverage our size, experience and industry know-how to provide tailored services and exceptional distribution opportunities for EnvisionTEC,” commented Hanno Elbraechter, Head Business Unit Technology, DKSH.
Holding more than 90 international patents, EnvisionTEC’s 3D printing solutions are meant to be installed in laboratories or clinics, and are used by designers and manufacturers of hearing aids and industrial goods, as well as jewelry companies. Their 3D printing tools are based on quality, speed, and high resolution.
EnvisionTEC offers numerous different models and types of 3D printers based on client needs, grouped in multiple families from the Ultra 3SP Family to the Perfactory Family to the Large Frame Industrial 3SP – all made to create a variety of precise, detailed 3D prints depending on output and products required. They also supply a long list of materials in different categories from 3SP to Perfactory to Micro Materials.
“DKSH is going to be a strong partner to expand our distribution channels in Asia. This agreement represents an opportunity for mutual growth and we look forward to working with DKSH to broaden our market share in their region,” said Sobhi Aris, Vice President of Asia Sales and New Market Development, EnvisionTEC.
DKSH is in the business of helping other large companies break into new geographies and international markets. No small operation, they maintain 735 business locations in 35 countries, and 710 of them are in Asia, much to EnvisionTEC’s benefit in this partnership to spread their 3D printing products to the area.
Discuss the implications of this new partnership entering the 3D printing market in Asia in the DKSH to Distribute EnvisionTEC 3D Printing Solutions forum over at 3DPB.com.
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