Additive Industries appoints Mark Massey as new CCO

April 21, 2021

Mark Massey has been appointed the new Chief Commercial Officer of Additive Industries (Courtesy Additive Industries)

Additive Industries, Eindhoven, the Netherlands, has appointed Mark Massey as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO). As CCO, Massey will lead the further development and implementation of the Sales & Marketing strategy in addition to leading the global sales, marketing, product management and customer life cycle management teams.

Massey, who is currently Senior Director & General Manager for the Bulk Elemental Analysis product line at Thermo Fisher Scientific, has a proven track record as a sales leader with over twenty-five years of experience delivering business growth with high-tech capital equipment in industrial markets.

Prior to this, he held various management roles in sales with Philips Industrial Electronics, Ametek, and Thermo Fisher’s Electron Microscopy business unit. Massey holds a degree in Electronics Engineering from The Hague University of Applied Sciences and in Business Administration.

“I am honoured and excited to join the innovative and dedicated team at Additive Industries,” stated Massey. “The company is at the forefront of innovation in the highly attractive markets of metal Additive Manufacturing and I look forward to our growth journey and long-term success.”

Ian C Howe, CEO at Additive Industries, commented, “We extend a warm welcome to Mark in joining our company as CCO; this is a key step in strengthening our commercial presence. Additive Industries has a huge untapped potential and with Mark’s competence and broad experience in sales management in key target markets we will accelerate our growth via acquisition of new business and customers.”

www.additiveindustries.com

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