Following the opening of its Finnish subsidiary in June 2021, AMEXCI has opened a new office in Tampere, Finland. Initially, the office will be staffed by Johannes Karjalainen, Managing Director, and two further Additive Manufacturing specialists, providing support for customer’s AM projects.
Tampere is the second largest urban area in Finland and the third most populous municipality. The area was selected as the city incorporates a wide array of manufacturers which utilise technologies like AM; its central geographic location; and the local university, which is expected to provide collaboration opportunities in research.
As a result of a close collaboration between the Swedish and Finnish office, AMEXCI hopes to be able to provide improved support to customers by choosing the best team for each project. Customer projects may start from an initial analysis of their business case and stretch to the final additively manufactured – however, more than often, additional steps are required in the AM design and production before customers are presented with their final part. These may include workshops or training, research projects, design services or material analysis.
“This is an important step in achieving our mission of driving excellence in Additive Manufacturing within the Nordic region and accelerating the adoption of these technologies,” stated Johannes Karjalainen. “Opening a new office in Tampere is an important milestone on our way of bringing a 3D printing capacity closer to our customers in Finland. Simultaneously, we will contribute to the AM development in Finland by cooperating with different companies in the field, universities, and especially FAME, the Finnish Additive Manufacturing Ecosystem. Happy to invite all existing customers and companies interested in AMEXCI’s capabilities to our new office to meet and discuss future co-operation.”