October 3rd was a big day for Additive Industries. The manufacturer of industrial 3D printing systems has officially moved into its new offices in presence of authorities of the country such as Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte.
This is not only a milestone for the company but also for the Dutch economy as it means the high-tech industry is growing at fast pace in the country.
‘This new factory allows us to accelerate our growth and has the capacity to assemble and test up to 100-200 systems per year, which aligns well with our worldwide expansion plans to grow to a Top 3 position in our market’, said Daan Kersten, Co-founder and CEO of Additive Industries.
Furthermore, it should be noted that the company has also proven its worth at the international level. As a matter of fact, the company recently signed a collaboration with Laser Lines Ltd to ensure its expansion in UK and Ireland; an announcement that follows the launch of the Process & Application Development network of the company with a Centre in the UK.
For now, we are curious to discover the innovations that will be carried out in their new factory.
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