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AddUp appoints Julien Marcilly as new CEO

Succeeding Frank Moreau after having served as the company's Deputy Chief Executive Officer since 2019

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AddUp, the industrial metal additive manufacturing company, has appointed Julien Marcilly as the new Chief Executive Officer – succeeding Frank Moreau. Marcilly has served as the company’s Deputy Chief Executive Officer since 2019 and has a strong history in the industrial manufacturing industry with almost 15 years of experience in leadership roles with the Fives Group prior to joining AddUp.

AddUp appoints Julien Marcilly as new CEO - succeeding Frank Moreau after having served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer since 2019.

As the CEO of Fives Conveying, Marcilly was committed to helping the world’s largest automakers enhance machine productivity with smart automation solutions. Before Fives Conveying, Marcilly was the Operations Director of Fives Stein – supporting large projects and optimizing production lines for steel and glass manufacturers across Europe, Asia, and North and South America. Marcilly’s experience conquering international manufacturing challenges such as supply chain disruptions, technology adoption, automation, and sustainability is expected to benefit AddUp as it continues to grow and expand into new markets and countries.

“AddUp is a bona fide additive manufacturing OEM built upon the pedigree of our parent companies, industry pioneers, Michelin, and Fives,” said Julien Marcilly. “We understand the world of manufacturing because we were born from it. We understand industrial challenges because we have lived them. This is why we are industrializing additive manufacturing. We know how to use it, qualify it, and scale it, making it a reliable and repeatable solution for our customers.”

According to Marcilly, he is honored to step into his new role as CEO for the global metal additive manufacturing OEM and is anticipating the future of 3D printing will be a top focus, with priorities on productivity and repeatability, sustainability, software monitoring, and data management.

“AddUp not only has best-in-class PBF and DED machines, but also a best-in-class service team to fully support our customers throughout their additive manufacturing journey from design to production and qualification,” said Marcilly. “I am excited to see the future of additive manufacturing and proud to be at the forefront with AddUp, industrializing the technology to solve manufacturers’ toughest challenges. I look forward to leading such an innovative company and to driving the growth of our industry.”

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