Groupe Gorgo Prodways signs important distribution agreements

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Groupe Gorgo Prodways signs important distribution agreements

Production grade 3D printer manufacturer Groupe Gorge has announced the signing of several major distribution agreements to support the company's international growth. The new deals enhance the growth potential and viability of the Prodways 3D printer brand's market position in Europe for Groupe Gorge - particularly in Germany, Austria, Italy, Romania and the wider East European region.

With Europe-based leading international industrial trade fair Euromold, with a strong focus on 3D printing just around the corner, many industry insiders and newcomers will soon be on their way to Frankfurt (from 25 to 28 November). Groupe Gorge has strategically announced a major array of sales and service delivery deals with well-established players "known for their outstanding level of service, technical support and knowledge of the 3D printing sector."

LSS will cover the German and Austrian regions, while Key service will cover the southern European market of Italy. In turn, Labvision will represent the Groupe Gorge Prodways division in Romania and Eastern Europe.

Groupe Gorge Prodways Industrial Additive Manufacturing machines utilize a patented system that combines UVA LED and Moving Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology.

As a Platinum sponsor, Prodways gave the US market a preview of the ProMaker L5000, which is available for sale and supported by the US team, whose conference presentations were well received by the US audience, whose 3D printing technologies include: Important expertise.

The day after its first presentation on the American continent, Prodways also announced the signing of a new partnership agreement with Techno-How in Brazil. Established in 1983, Tecno-How specializes in the marketing of 3D solutions and high-precision machinery. So it was a natural move for Techno-How CEO Paulo Pacheco to turn to Prodways High-Technology Solutions: “We are very proud to be Prodways agents in Brazil.

Our company has always focused on solutions that can tackle the most demanding applications in 3D printing. We are confident that Prodways technology and premium solutions will provide the desired answers to the market. We will also attend the FIMAFE trade show to showcase the prodways capability and know-how for Brazil.

 

In Europe, Prodways is driving growth with the signing of two new agreements with 3D New Print in France and IncrivelFuturo in Portugal. A subsidiary of the ID Group specializing in 2D printing engineering and IT infrastructure, 3D New Print has begun to move into the 3D segment by partnering with leading additive manufacturers to develop a center of expertise in France.

3D New Print entered into a distribution agreement with Prodways to provide delivery and servicing and maintenance of Prodways solutions in France. To Christophe Desarthe, joint shareholder and joint manager of 3D New Print: “We are delighted to sign this agreement with Prodways covering France, as we do more than just simple business purchases: we are developing a reindustrialization strategy for our customers.

We are involved in and work closely with the best universities and research laboratories. Our partnership with Prodways will enable us to offer them the highest French standards in 3D printing.

These agreements came after Prodways announced that it had acquired Norge Systems and Initial, and aims to become the third largest player in 3D, offering multi-technology and all-in-one 3D printing services to its customers.

Prodways will also participate in the Rapid Trade Show to be held from May 19 to 21 in Long Beach, United States, to continue promoting its services and solutions on the American continent. By opting to be the distributor and host the showroom, 3D New Print gives top engineering schools, universities, research labs, Fablabs, etc. access to the latest generation of high quality content.

About 3D New Print 3D New Print is the result of a consortium of experts from Printing Engineering, IT Infrastructure Engineering and 3D Printing Engineering, who came together over 20 years ago.

Targeting SMEs, engineering consultants and design studios, 3D NEW PRINT aims to actively contribute to the reindustrialization of the country. By opting to be the distributor and host the showroom, 3D New Print gives top engineering schools, universities, research labs, Fablabs, etc. access to the latest generation of high quality content.

Tecno How About Tecno-How Engenharia Industrial e Comercio Ltda, founded in 1983, is specialized in selling imported high end machines to the Brazilian market.

With offices in So Paulo and Valinhos and through a highly skilled sales team, its products are distributed in a wide range of sectors: automotive, dental, mold and dye, medical, energy, aerospace and metallurgical industries. . The company also has a very strong service and application team.

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