Eplus3D, headquartered in Hanzhou, China, has opened its European office in Ludwigsburg, Germany. The new facility, with over 600 m2 floor space, is equipped with a dedicated Additive Manufacturing workspace, a showcase of additively manufactured parts, offices and conference rooms.
The Ludwigsburg site will manage Eplus3D’s operations across Europe, being home to dedicated sales and support teams. It will be used as a demonstration facility as well as providing customer training, application development and consulting services. Eplus3D will also supply customers with spare parts and consumables from the more localised warehouse.
“Opening a German subsidiary is a major milestone, which [illustrates] the prospects for robust and rapid growth harboured by the European market. Our German team will provide fantastic local service, support our customers and partners efficiently,” stated Mary Li, CEO of Eplus3D GmbH. “The German subsidiary is the logical step in Eplus3D internationalisation process as we look to strengthen and industrialise the Additive Manufacturing solution globally.”
In addition to the official opening of the Ludwigsburg offices, Eplus3D hosted its first Global Partners Meeting. The two-day event welcomed forty international participants who were given the chance to view Eplus3D’s, metal Additive Manufacturing machines and AI-powered manufacturing operating system in person.