After a period of steady growth, Prirevo, a brand-independent AM system and AM service provider, is expanding its company location in Upper Austria, opening a modern showroom and an innovation center. The Upper Austrian 3D solution provider Prirevo has reported a favorable order situation and constant organic growth, enabling the company to expand significantly.
Prirevo moved to a new building in Ried im Traunkreis in September this year. The new premises not only offer space for new machines and projects, but also for additional employees. The building has state-of-the-art offices and meeting rooms, storage space for several tons of 3D printing materials, a modern showroom for a demo center and plenty of parking spaces, including a cost-free charging facility for customers with electric cars. In the future, Prirevo will expand its facilities with a Drink & Print Lounge in the entrance area, intended to give visitors easy and low-threshold access to additive manufacturing technologies.
A regional innovation center
The additive manufacturing market is not only highly innovative but also extremely dynamic. A constant flow of new developments requires a lively exchange between technology providers and users, which is often difficult to access in rural regions. Based on its experience of recent years, Prirevo chose Ried im Traunkreis as its new company location as the area is home to many industrial companies. The chosen location enables the further development of Prirevo’s formula for success: a combination of international innovations with excellent on-site service. The company can also easily be reached via the Ried im Traunkreis motorway exit.
“We offer the most recent solutions from all over the world and are always available to our customers. This combination of international competence and local presence has proven to be a great competitive advantage for our customers”, said Szilard Molnar, CEO of Prirevo.
Prirevo is also committed to expanding the innovative strength of the region. To this purpose, Molnar has opened a more than 500 square meter innovation centre, extended the in-house academy and is offering new individual training to enable a lively exchange between local and international stakeholders.
Services across the entire value chain
Prirevo manufactured more than 8,000 components for the automotive and supply industries in 2021. To support its customers even better, Prirevo is significantly expanding its range of services along the value chain. A separate room with the latest 3D scanning technologies enables reverse engineering at the highest level. The in-house production facilities include more than a dozen different systems and are constantly expanded. This year, Prirevo added a new formlabs Fuse 1 and a 3DGence Industry F350 3D printer to the additive machine park. Furthermore, a new PR 100160PR laser cutter from GS Laser Systems recently supplemented the company’s subtractive processing capabilities. The new post-processing portfolio offers assembly and various finishing processes, such as an in-house paint shop.
Despite these extensive expansions, Prirevo remains true to its original concept: “Our extensive expertise and independence from individual technology providers enable us to find the best solution for every application. Combined with our strict focus on quality and real user benefits, we have been able to win many satisfied long-term customers. Our new location and facilities enable us to deepen and expand these business relationships,’ says Molnar.