Additive Industries relocates its headquarters in major size expansion

March 5, 2018

Additive Industries relocates its headquarters in major size expansion

A rendering of Additive Industries’ new headquarters in Eindhoven, the Netherlands (Courtesy Additive Industries)


Metal Additive Manufacturing company Additive Industries, Eindhoven, the Netherlands, will relocate its headquarters to a new facility in April, 2018. According to the company, the new site close to its current location has up to seven times more space for growth and will consolidate the business’s headquarters, development and system assembly and test operations, currently spread over two facilities in Eindhoven.

This move is expected to enable the fast-growing Additive Industries team to expand further, in line with the company’s stated ambition to “grow to a Top 3 position in metal AM” in 2022. After a complete renovation, the company stated that the building – formerly occupied by Phillips Electronics since the 1950s – is fully in line with modern energy-efficiency standards and will offer the best work environment for its staff.

“We are proud to again move into a great example of Dutch industrial heritage, where we have been able to preserve the great architecture of the past and simultaneously add a touch of modernism,” stated Daan A.J. Kersten, CEO of Additive Industries. “This makes a fantastic home for a fast growing digital manufacturing technology company like us.”


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