German-Chinese cooperation between Evosys Laser and DCT

DCT and Evosys Laser GmbH confirm the intention to cooperate in China and Europe. As a result, common customers in China will be able to access sales, application and service quickly and efficiently. Evosys is consequently expanding its international network.

Mathias HU, Chairman of the Board of DCT Co., Ltd. and Frank Brunnecker, Managing Partner of Evosys Laser GmbH, signed a letter of intent in Tianjin, China, to work together on sales, service and localization of production. Both companies want to support each other in the future in the expansion of the respective business and increase the customer value.

"Working with DCT again makes me very proud. We personally know each other for more than a decade and we’re now looking forward to establish a global sales and service system for laser plastic welding. Thanks to DCT's many years of experience with the technology, our Chinese customers have the same service, local consulting and a technical centre as in Germany and the USA," explains Mr. Brunnecker." In the long term the cooperation between DCT and Evosys enables us, to offer our laser processing technologies to customers in Europe and America, "explains Mr. HU.

DCT Co., Ltd. develops and produces high-precision laser processing systems based on the technology of laser direct processing. DCT provides customer value at the highest level of know-how and especially an own software.

Evosys Laser GmbH develops and manufactures a new generation of tailor-made laser systems for material processing at its Erlangen location. With the long-term market and process experience of its employees, the company offers worldwide creative and innovative solutions for integration into automation solutions. The core competence of the company is laser welding of plastics. This comprises every aspect linked to this technology – from product and process development, welding of sample parts, design and engineering of production equipment according to customers’ requirements to successful transfer into mass production based on the Evosys standard modules and machines for laser plastics welding. During lifetime of the product the very skilled and experienced Evosys service team takes care to ensure a high availability, quality and production output.

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