Quickparts, a pioneer and global leader in on-demand manufacturing, has appointed Isabelle Nourry as Sales Director for Europe. The appointment is part of the company’s plans to grow across the European Union and the United Kingdom.
Isabelle Nourry brings 18 years of experience in manufacturing and a wealth of expertise in sales and business development, having previously held leadership positions at Hytek GB Ltd. and IF Ltd.
“I am thrilled to have joined the team at Quickparts. In my previous roles, I worked for companies that had to turn to China to buy production parts, which resulted in high minimum order quantity upfront payments, long lead times, and huge storage costs. I was surprised to learn that it’s possible for any size of company to work with a local manufacturer like Quickparts. Quickparts is not just for highly engineered prototypes, but it also delivers on low and mid-volume production runs. Quickparts owns six state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, equipped with the latest additive and traditional manufacturing technologies. Three of these are in Europe. There’s no minimum order quantity, pricing is competitive, lead times are short, the emphasis is on quality, and we have some exceptional local expertise,” Isabelle Nourry stated.
“So, my main goal is for European manufacturers to learn about our services, and to know that Quickparts can meet their needs locally,” she added.
Isabelle’s role, which officially began in December 2022, is to drive revenue growth and build strong relationships with major manufacturers across the European region. She has also implemented ambitious plans promoting supply chain reliability for customers within European markets; particularly promoting localized manufacturing that enables customers to order custom-made products quickly and easily.
There is a common misconception amongst European manufacturers and Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers that’ for volume production, the predominant producer of parts is China; especially for CNC machined parts and injection molded parts. Isabelle is keen to change that notion.
Ziad Abou, CEO at Quickparts, said: “Under Isabelle’s leadership, we have seen significant growth in our manufacturing divisions within Europe. We look forward to her continued contributions to the company’s success.”