Eplus3D, a Chinese manufacturer of industrial-grade 3D printers, has opened its first European office in Ludwigsburg, Germany. The opening was commemorated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the company’s executives, customers, partners, and employees in attendance.
The new office in Germany was established in response to Eplus3D’s growing number of partners and customers based in Europe. With over 600m² in the city center of Ludwigsburg, the new office is equipped with a dedicated additive manufacturing workspace, a showcase of parts that were printed using the company’s technology, offices, and conference rooms.
The new office will be used to manage Eplus3D’s operations in Europe, and conduct meetings with customers and partners. Eplus3D’s European customer success, sales, and support teams will reside in the new office, which will facilitate demonstrations, as well as provide the newest additive manufacturing solutions, benchmark printing, application development, consulting services, and training for customers in the aerospace, automotive, medical, machinery and tooling industries, etc. The new warehouse will also supply local customers with all spare parts and consumables for their machines.
Eplus3D began the process of expanding its international operations over the last two years by developing a global partner network of over 40 countries and regions. “Opening a Germany Subsidiary is a major milestone, given the prospects for robust and rapid growth harbored by the European market. Our Germany team will provide fantastic local service, and support our customers and partners efficiently,” said Mary Li, CEO of Eplus3D GmbH. “The Germany subsidiary is the logical step in Eplus3D’s internationalization process as we look to strengthen and industrialize the additive manufacturing solution globally.”
The opening of the new office was also the first global partners meeting for Eplus3D. During the two-day conference, Eplus3D welcomed more than 40 attendees from all over the world and presented the company’s metal 3D printing technology and state-of-the-art metal additive manufacturing machines, as well as an AI-powered manufacturing operating system for healthcare, industrial applications, etc.