Leading AM hardware OEM 3D Systems has officialized a 3DZ Master Reseller Agreement. This agreement means that its international distributor 3DZ has achieved a status where it has become 3D Systems official partner in Italy. This status is based on 3DZ’s experience, expertise, capabilities, and resources in representing 3D Systems across its metal and plastics printers for additive manufacturing including the associated supply of official materials.
“This agreement is of strategic importance for 3DZ. It is a clear sign of the success of the ‘customer-centric strategy’ we have had in place since the beginning. With the impressive 3D printing product portfolio of 3D Systems. we’ll be able to bring our customers a true consultancy approach by providing best in class, end-to-end additive manufacturing solutions and industry-leading expertise,” said Ivan Zannol from 3DZ.
3DZ has been working with 3D Systems since 2008 and has built a growing installed base of 3D Systems customers in various industries. The company is also particularly active in Europe having built branches in Spain, France, Romania, Serbia and other regions. Founded by 3D industry veterans, 3DZ has already built a strong presence as a leading European distributor of industrial grade 3D printers and is now establishing itself as the largest European distributor of industrial and professional 3D printers.
“The Italian market is vitally important to our EMEA sales and marketing efforts so it was important to strengthen our relationship with 3DZ and elevate them to Master Reseller Status,” said Wayne Davey, General Manager, 3D Systems. “Italy is the world’s eighth largest economy with a GDP of $1.8 trillion in 2016 and the second largest European market for 3D printing. Combining technical proficiency with an aggressive sales and marketing operation, 3DZ is uniquely positioned to bring 3D Systems additive manufacturing solutions to the Italian market and help drive the design and manufacturing across multiple customer segments that contribute so much to the Italian economy.”