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Meltio enters two new Latin American distribution partnerships

With MAS Metrology & Solutions in Brazil, and Molinari in Argentina

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Meltio, a laser wire AM technology developer, has entered two new distribution partnerships – via MOLGROUP – with MAS Metrology & Solutions, in Brazil, and Molinari, in Argentina. The partnerships aim to drive industrial sales of its metal 3D printing solutions, including the M600 system, in Latin America.

MAS Metrology and Solutions will focus on building a supportive ecosystem for Meltio’s technology in the Brazilian territory – partnering and driving business opportunities alongside technology centers, tooling machine companies, robotic integrators, academia, and industry. “We are happy to make effective this partnership. Brazil is a market with enormous potential for this technology, and we are excited about the possibility of introducing Meltio to the Brazilian industry,” said Sergio Cavaliere, Director of MAS Metrology and Solutions.

“We are thrilled to be working with companies like MOLGROUP as their expertise as well as customer-centric approach are exactly what we are looking for when incorporating partners in the Meltio partner ecosystem. With this partnership with MAS in Brazil, we are responding to the increasing demand of many industries there for our unique wire-laser metal 3D printing solutions in this enormous market. Together, we will be able to cater to the ever-growing needs of the MAS Metrology and Solutions customer base, and ease the adoption of metal additive manufacturing,” said Antonio Antonaya, APAC & LATAM Sales Manager at Meltio.

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