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CEAD opens new US office, based in Detroit

The company has a strong foundation in the region, with partnerships including Airtech Advanced Materials Group, the University of Maine, Haddy, and Additive Engineering Solutions (AES)

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CEAD, a globally renowned leader in advanced large-scale 3D printing, has officially opened its Detroit office in the United States, representing a pivotal moment in the company’s global expansion efforts. CEAD has had a strong presence in the region since the beginning, with a substantial portion of its clients based in the US. Robust partnerships with esteemed organizations including Airtech Advanced Materials Group, the University of Maine, Haddy, and Additive Engineering Solutions (AES), have solidified their position in the market.

The company made its first appearance at the CAMX 2023 event, where new developments were unveiled, and it was revealed that Airtech Advanced Materials Group acquired a Flexbot system. In addition to this, Additive Engineering Solutions (AES) announced that they are set to receive a Flexbot at the end of 2023.

CEAD will be present at upcoming US events, including AeroDef and Carbon Fiber, providing excellent opportunities to engage with industry leaders.

CEAD opens new US office, based in Detroit. The company has a strong foundation in the region and partnerships with multiple organizations.

The opening of CEAD Group Inc. in Detroit is expected to enhance client support and enable CEAD to meet their clients’ needs, execute pilot projects, and offer local support with greater efficiency and speed. The new Detroit office, coupled with the hiring of local talent and expertise, will serve to ease and enhance the installation and implementation of their turnkey Flexbot solutions. In addition to Detroit, the company will distribute spare parts from multiple US locations, including Florida and Cleveland, supported by local partnerships, including Composites Automation.

“Our expansion efforts into the United States is a strategic move to make our innovative 3D printing technologies globally accessible. We strongly believe in the power of collaboration and are confident that this expansion will lead to more fruitful partnerships and joint efforts to push the boundaries in the world of 3D printing,” said Lucas Janssen, CEO of CEAD.

CEAD aims to foster closer collaborations with American industries and partners to accelerate technological advancements and drive a more sustainable and efficient future.

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