Nikon SLM Solutions establishes US engineering support team

June 5, 2024

Nneji Kemakolam, Appointed as Vice President of Engineering for the United States (Courtesy Nikon SLM Solutions)
Nneji Kemakolam, Appointed as Vice President of Engineering for the United States (Courtesy Nikon SLM Solutions)

Nikon SLM Solutions AG, based in Lübeck, Germany, has announced the establishment of a dedicated United States engineering team, in an effort to enhance support and collaboration with US customers. Nneji Kemakolam has been appointed to the role of Vice President of Engineering for the United States, and reports out of Nikon SLM’s newly established headquarters in Long Beach, California.

With a solid engineering and product development background and extensive experience in Additive Manufacturing, Kemakolam leads North American engineering initiatives, driving process enhancements, product design innovations, and successful product launches.

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“Our continued investment in our engineering capabilities is a testament to our commitment to drive innovation and enhance customer satisfaction,” stated Sam O’Leary, CEO of Nikon SLM Solutions. “With Nneji leading our North American efforts, we are confident in our ability to deliver world-class products and solutions that meet the evolving needs of our customers.”

The new engineering team will play a pivotal role in representing Nikon SLM Solutions with strategic customers and future partners.

“Nikon SLM Solutions is dedicated to empowering our customers in shaping the future of manufacturing,” added Kemakolam. “Our new team will enable us to respond more swiftly to customer needs, drive technological advancements, and strengthen our position as a leader in the Additive Manufacturing industry.”

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