Solukon enters five new US distribution partnerships

New partners include DMARK Corporation, Hartwig Inc., MAHAR, Phillips Corporation, and BahFed

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Solukon, an additive manufacturing depowdering company, has entered agreements with five additional distribution partners in the US. Over the past year and a half, the company has secured multiple distribution partnerships in Europe, Asia, and Canada. The new US distribution partners include DMARK Corporation, Hartwig Inc., MAHAR, Phillips Corporation, and BahFed.

DMARK Corporation – West Coast

In the western USA, Solukon is represented by DMARK Corporation. The company, based in Los Alamitos, California, now serves Solukon customers and prospects in the states of Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, and Arizona. DMARK provides manufacturers with quality CNC machine tools and AM equipment.

Hartwig Inc. – Central US states

For the states in the middle of the US, Solukon has partnered with Hartwig, Inc. The contractual area of Hartwig covers the entire geographic area including the states of Idaho, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Louisiana, and Illinois.

Hartwig, Inc. is the Midwest’s largest machine tool distributor, based out of St. Louis, Missouri. Since the company’s founding in 1960, the Hartwig team has installed over 12,000 machine tools for its customers. Hartwig is known for their manufacturing solutions and support of turning, milling, grinding, EDM, and AM. Hartwig is already an EOS partner – with whom Solukon also has a strong partnership.

MAHAR – states around Lake Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Mississippi

The distribution area of MAHAR Tool Supply Company, Inc. includes the states of Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and Mississippi. Since 1947 MAHAR has been a full-service tooling support partner, providing solutions for their customers from industries like automotive, medical, and energy. MAHAR’s programs range from basic traditional supply to full commodity management programs. In addition to the US states mentioned above, MAHAR will also be the trusted Solukon agent for Mexico, Costa Rica, and Puerto Rico.

Phillips Corporation – North and South East

The North and South East of the US will be covered by additive and machining expert, Phillips Corporation. The company distributes Solukon machines in the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. Philips already features machines from EOS, among others.

BahFed – Governmental Agencies

Nationwide, Solukon has partnered with Portland-based company BahFed Corp to supply federal, state, and local government customers with Solukon depowdering stations. BahFed holds several GSA Schedules and is a NASA SEWP V contract holder – allowing the company to serve government agencies and organizations throughout the US.

“As pioneer and market leader in depowdering it is important to us, that customers and prospects receive the best possible consulting service wherever they are located in the world. Partnering with DMARK, Hartwig, MAHAR, Phillips and BahFed will not only eliminate the time shift effects but gives every US prospect a regional depowdering contact person nearby”, said Michael Sattler, Global Sales Director at Solukon, who is also responsible for the global reseller network.

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