Arcam expands in Germany with new sales office

May 13, 2016

Sweden’s Arcam AB has announced plans for further expansion in Germany following the establishment of a new sales operation. Arcam Cad to Metal GmbH will be based in Stuttgart and led by Peter Jain.

“I am enthusiastic about joining Arcam, being part of the team bringing state-of-the-art Additive Manufacturing solutions into production. I look forward to leading our German operations for continued growth,” stated Peter Jain, Managing Director of Arcam Cad to Metal GmbH.

Germany is an important market for Arcam, who already have long term relationships with significant clients such as Fruth Innovation Technology, Fraunhofer Institute and Implantcast. The new sales office in Stuttgart will support the company’s activities in the region, providing initial sales and liaison as well as local support to its German customer base.

“We are happy about this important step in strengthening our presence on the important German market. Peter Jain has a solid background in the machine tool industry, thus bringing important knowledge and contacts to our team,” stated Magnus René, CEO of Arcam.

www.arcam.com

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