BLT expands presence in South Korea, Baltic Sea Region and Africa

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February 5, 2024

February 5, 2024

Bright Laser Technologies (BLT), located in Xi’an, China, has announced the signing of three distributor agreements that will expand its presence in South Korea, the Baltic Sea Region, and Africa.

South Korea is seen as one of the key locations for BLT’s expansion efforts in Asia, with the company looking to tap into the country’s growing technological landscape. To meet this demand, BLT has partnered with Lincsolution, a leading Additive Manufacturing service provider based in Anyang-si, Gyeonggi Province. Together, the companies will focus on delivering a comprehensive turnkey solution for metal Additive Manufacturing in the region, with BLT offering its extensive range of AM machines and metal powders.

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Also announced was a partnership with CadXpert, headquartered in Kraków, Poland, with the aim of bringing BLT’s AM solutions to the Baltic regions, including Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. As an established distributor of both polymer and metal AM machines from a number of equipment manufacturers, CadXpert will offer post-sales support and services that include equipment installation, maintenance, repair, customer training and CAD design.

In Africa, RusselSmith, a leading energy services provider based in Lagos, Nigeria, will offer BLT’s range of Additive Manufacturing machines and metal powders to West Africa, Namibia, Angola, and Uganda regions. RusselSmith is ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018 certified, with a focus on technology solutions for oilfield management, smart manufacturing, and sustainable energy. As a company deeply rooted in the oil and gas industry for nearly twenty years, RusselSmith supplies parts and specialised services for this sector in the region. The company also has a division selling Additive Manufacturing machines and AM components.

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