3D-Micromac opens subsidiary in China

3D-Micromac AG, the leading specialist in laser micromachining, announces the establishment of a subsidiary in Wuxi, China. The company will do business under the name of 3D-Micromac Laser Technology (Wuxi) Co., Ltd. The official permit was already issued on March 17, 2016. Dr. Roland Giesen, Chief Operation Officer of 3D-Micromac AG, was appointed as director.

The main focus of the new subsidiary is the sales of laser systems on the Asian market.

3D-Micromac China will also be responsible for production, commissioning, shipping, warranty and service of the microCELL™ laser systems. The machines will be produced in close cooperation with strong local partners. This guarantees immediate commencement of production without any start-up phase. Moreover, the subsidiary's demo systems will make it possible to demonstrate the process in industrial conditions.

With this strategically important step 3D-Micromac is responding to current market conditions. It especially ensures close proximity to the customers. In addition, customer needs regarding speed of delivery, reaction times by local support staff, and availability of spare parts will be answered. "Made in China" production and service of the microCELL™ system will commence immediately. "German Engineering" will continue to guarantee effective and future-oriented processes with the highest in production efficiency and reliable quality.

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