Shining 3D opens new European headquarters

August 4, 2020

One of the offices at Shining 3D’s new headquarters, housing its EP-M250 Pro metal AM machine (Courtesy Shining 3D Technology GmbH)

Shining 3D Technology GmbH, the European subsidiary of Shining 3D Tech. Co., Ltd., Hangzhou, China, has expanded its presence in Europe with a new headquarters location in Stuttgart, Germany.

Established in 2017, the company provides a range of solutions for Additive Manufacturing, including industrial metal Additive Manufacturing machines and 3D scanning technology. Its new location comprises more than 1,000 m2 of space, featuring two showrooms, spare parts supply, modern training rooms and various business departments such as sales, finance and marketing. 

The show area houses numerous metal and plastic additively manufactured reference parts and products displaying the various fields of application for Shining 3D’s AM technologies. In addition, a Porsche 911 body serves as a demonstrator for the capacities of the Shining scanning technology. The company employs a total of twenty staff in Stuttgart and its branch in Italy, and supports the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa) with an international team. 

By storing  spare parts and consumables at its new location, Shining 3D aims to guarantee availability on-site and within a short time for customers all over Europe. The training of employees on new AM machines at the customer’s site is said to be coordinated from the new location.

“The new location enables us to present the entire process chain of Additive Manufacturing in an industry-oriented manner and to develop suitable solutions for our customers and partners promptly and competently,” stated Xiaoping Huang, General Manager of Shining 3D Technology GmbH. “In addition, due to the central location in the heart of southern Germany with numerous important companies and industries as well as the proximity to the airport and important motorways, we are close to our customers and partners.”

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