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Lithoz dispatches first shipment from new XL production site

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Austrian advanced ceramic 3D printing company Lithoz has recently dispatched the first shipment from their new second production site in Vienna, Austria. With this being their fourth location worldwide after their headquarters in Vienna and bases in America and China, the company’s production capabilities have now greatly expanded and this new XL hub will make Lithoz’s logistic performance more efficient than ever.

Lithoz’s new central warehouse ensures a much quicker turnaround of orders thanks to a scalable production and expanded storage capacity for raw materials. Each shipment comes from a monitored production environment (comparable to ISO 8 cleanroom level) and a central quality assurance laboratory provide the best possible quality control throughout every step of the manufacturing process.

Lithoz has recently dispatched the first shipment from their new second production site in Vienna, Austria.

The new centralized logistic hub and the investment into new infrastructure and expanded capacities is a key success factor of Lithoz’s growth strategy, providing faster and more professionalized quality management as well as scalable logistic chain processes.

Dr. Daniel Bomze, the project leader, looks forward to better supporting Lithoz customers worldwide from this new XL hub: “During the planning and implementation of this new production site, we focused on sustainability, scalability, and reliability. We are ready and extremely well prepared for meeting the fast-growing demand of our customers”.

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