Israeli electronics 3D printing company Nano Dimension has announced today it will be opening a headquarters in South Florida from which its American operations will be based. The new office will be located in Boca Raton, Florida and will enable the company to better serve its growing customer base in the Eastern United States.
Nano Dimension’s new headquarters will function as the company’s main sales, customer support, logistics and training center for its U.S.-based business. The facility will also be used as a demonstration center and will enable the company to provide more services for 3D printed electronics to its American customers.
In bolstering its service capability in the U.S., Nano Dimension will also employ additional team members for its AME fabrication facility to accelerate the production of High Performance Electronic Devices (Hi-PEDs).
“From here the company will launch our AME Service Bureau,” said Yoav Stern, Nano Dimension’s newly appointed CEO. “There we shall convert digital electronic CAD/CAM files into sophisticated Hi-PEDs, ready to be installed in electronic assemblies and connected to electrical power. South Florida attracts our interest as it encompasses an attractive work environment and workforce, as well as being a central point between North America, Latin America and Europe.
“Our technical support and application engineering teams in South Florida will supply maintenance services to our customers, which includes defense contractors as well as the aerospace industry and other government agencies.”
Stern joined Nano Dimension as President and CEO last month, replacing co-founder and former CEO Amit Dror. Stern’s extensive experience in leadership positions will help position Nano Dimension to achieve scalable growth. The new HQ and focus on the American market is undoubtedly a first step in this expansion.
Nano Dimension’s new HQ in Boca Raton, Florida will officially open on March 19, 2020. The company also has operation bases in Israel and Hong Kong.