AddUp appoints Julien Marcilly CEO

Companies & MarketsNews
January 15, 2024

January 15, 2024

Marcilly at The AddUp Solution Center, AddUp’s North American subsidiary located in Cincinnati, Ohio (Courtesy AddUp)
Marcilly at The AddUp Solution Center, AddUp’s North American subsidiary located in Cincinnati, Ohio (Courtesy AddUp)

Julien Marcilly has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of AddUp, Cébazat, France, succeeding Frank Moreau. Prior to this appointment, Marcilly served as the Deputy Chief Executive Officer at the company since 2019.

Before joining AddUp, Marcilly worked in leadership roles with the Fives Group for almost fifteen years. As the CEO of Fives Conveying, Marcilly was committed to helping the world’s largest automakers enhance machine productivity with smart automation solutions. Prior to Fives Conveying, Marcilly was successful as the Operations Director of Fives Stein supporting large projects and optimising production lines for steel and glass manufacturers across Europe, Asia, and North and South America.

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With a background in traditional manufacturing methods, Marcilly believes that metal Additive Manufacturing has the potential to revolutionise the manufacturing industry. It was stated that he is committed to demonstrating AddUp’s ability to fully support large industrial companies on their Additive Manufacturing journey.

“AddUp is a bonafide Additive Manufacturing OEM built upon the pedigree of our parent companies, industry pioneers Michelin and Fives,” shared Marcilly. “We understand the world of manufacturing because we were born from it. We understand industrial challenges because we have lived them. This is why we are industrialising Additive Manufacturing. We know how to use it, qualify it, and scale it, making it a reliable and repeatable solution for our customers.”

Marcilly said that anticipating the future of Additive Manufacturing will be a top focus, with priorities on productivity and repeatability, sustainability, software monitoring and data management all while providing exceptional customer support so that they may realise the full potential metal Additive Manufacturing has to offer.

“AddUp not only has best-in-class PBF and DED machines, but also a best-in-class service team to fully support our customers throughout their Additive Manufacturing journey from design to production and qualification,” explained Marcilly. “I am excited to see the future of Additive Manufacturing and proud to be at the forefront with AddUp, industrialising the technology to solve manufacturers toughest challenges. I look forward to leading such an innovative company and to driving the growth of our industry.”

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