Farsoon expands into the Middle East region through Modest Company partnership

January 19, 2022

Farsoon Technologies has partnered with Modest Company under its new AM division 3DTIV Tech to expand its presence in the Middle East region (Courtesy Farsoon Technologies)

Farsoon Technologies, headquartered in Changsha, Hunan, China, has announced a partnership with Dubai-based Modest Company LLC, under its new Additive Manufacturing division 3DTIV Tech, to represent Farsoon’s metal and polymer Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-LB) AM machines for distribution, demonstration and service.

Modest Company has served the United Arab Emirates (UAE) & Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) industrial markets since 1975 and provides a range of products and services to businesses in the MENA region with clients in the oil & gas and construction industry. 3DTIV Tech will represent Farsoon in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Jordan, Oman, Tanzania and Kenya.

“As a company with diversified activities, we are pleased to offer Additive Manufacturing machines to our product line and aim to be one of the pioneers in providing Selective Laser Sintering and Melting systems for plastic and metal parts in the Gulf and East African regions,” stated Ali Akbar Khimjee, Director of 3DTIV Tech, “With over 10 years of research and development in the field, Farsoon Technologies is at the forefront in this dynamic industry and our partnership will present the region with innovative opportunities to a wide range of enterprises. This collaboration in the revolutionary ‘Industry 4.0’ as it’s known, is sure to expand worldwide and we want to be a part of this journey.”

Through the partnership, 3DTIV Tech will establish an Additive Manufacturing Demonstration Center in Dubai housing five Farsoon metal and plastic AM machines, including a Flight HT403P, HT403P, eForm, FS273M and FS121M. The aim of this AM centre is to provide a variety of functionalities for Mideast users including machine demonstration, benchmarking, training, as well as service & support. The 3DTIV Tech AM Center is expected to open to industrial customers in April 2022.

Vince Zhao, Global Channel Manager (AMEA) of Farsoon, commented, “We highly value the collaboration with Modest Company for their solid experience of offering industrial manufacturing solutions in Mideast and Eastern Africa. Being one of the most powerful economics in AMEA, we see great potential in Mideast and Eastern Africa additive market for a wide range of industrial applications driven by oil & gas, automotive, aerospace and researching institutions. With years of technology innovation and practice in Global industrial 3D printing market, Farsoon is confident to offer Mideast and Eastern Africa customers with our truly open, high-performance and cost-efficient Additive Manufacturing solutions.”



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