New US based facility enables INTAMSYS to accelerate its growth in the American market
AUGUST 31 2020
Shanghai, China (August 31, 2020) – INTAMSYS, a leading industrial 3d printing company, recently opened their North American Headquarters in Minneapolis, MN. The company selected the Twin Cities as it has proven to be a hotbed of technology innovation with a diverse workforce that is well suited to support the growth of the INTAMSYS business in the American market.
“The decision to expand our presence into the Minneapolis area is a solid step in our business growth strategy,” said Charles Han, CEO of INTAMSYS. “The area is rich with talent from well-known universities and institutions, as well as some of the top high-tech companies in the world. It is a great opportunity to further expand our operations and to provide local professional services and customer support to our fast-growing customer base.”
The new facility is just one of many important advancements for the company in recent months. INTAMSYS has also been experiencing significant growth in the channel partner network in the American market. “We’re delighted to bring on new channel partners to help us provide more local support to our customer base. We strongly believe that our investment in the market will enable us to continue growing our business in the Americas, and provide even more customers with reliable high performance 3d printing solutions”, Han added.
INTAMSYS is a world-leading high-tech company providing 3d printing and industrial direct additive manufacturing solutions for high-performance materials. It is co-founded by a team of engineers from world-class high-tech companies engaged in precision equipment development and high-performance materials research for many years.
Focusing on aerospace, aviation, automotive, electronic manufacturing, consumer goods, healthcare, scientific research and other industries, the company provides comprehensive additive manufacturing solutions from functional test prototyping, tooling and fixture manufacturing to direct mass production of final products, covering equipment, software, high-performance materials and printing services.