Additive Industries expands market reach with Spanish agency agreement

May 30, 2018

Additive Industries expands market reach with Spanish agency agreement

From Left to Right: Iker Galdos (Manager 3D department, Análisis y Simulación), José Julián Martinez (CEO, Análisis y Simulación) and Bart Leferink (Director Global Channel Sales, Additive Industries)


Additive Industries, the Netherlands, has signed an agency agreement with Análisis y Simulación, Miñano, Spain, a supplier of software solutions for product development and Additive Manufacturing solutions. The focus of the partnership will reportedly be based on an integrated approach covering the AM process from initial design to post-processed ready part.  Análisis y Simulación will support Additive Industries in expanding its installed base in the Spanish manufacturing industry.

“Our customers are looking for industrial metal Additive Manufacturing solutions and as a trusted supplier for product design and manufacturing solutions, we are well positioned to introduce Additive Industries and their MetalFAB1 system,” commented Jose Julián Martinez, CEO of Análisis y Simulación. “Our partnership with Additive Industries further strengthens our commercial strategy towards 3D production solutions, that encompasses software, engineering and training services.”

Daan Kersten, Co-founder & CEO of Additive Industries, stated, “We see great opportunities for industrial companies in Spain to enter into industrial metal Additive Manufacturing, specifically in aerospace and automotive applications. With  Análisis y Simulación we add an experienced partner to our network that is well positioned to accelerate our growth.”

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