Desktop 3D printer specialist UltiMaker has appointed Michiel Alting von Geusau as Chief Executive Officer, replacing Nadav Goshen who is leaving to pursue a new endeavor. This change is effective as of September 4, 2023.
Ultimaker and MakerBot, two desktop 3D printing companies, merged last year to form UltiMaker. With a wide range of cutting-edge 3D printing solutions, including the popular S and Method series, UltiMaker is paving the way for innovation across industries. UltiMaker also offers the MakerBot sub-brand and the Sketch series, dedicated to advancing 3D printing education in the classroom.
“Nadav was integral in building the foundation of UltiMaker post-merger, and we are excited to now have Michiel as our leader in this next phase of the company,” says Bart Markus, Chairman of the Supervisory Board. “Michiel is a seasoned and results-oriented leader with extensive experience in driving growth within technology companies.”
Before UltiMaker, Alting von Geusau was the CEO and CFO of Docdata N.V., where he transformed the company and led its sale to Ingram Micro Commerce & Fulfillment. At Ingram Micro, Michiel was Global President for the business unit Commerce and Lifecycle Services. Throughout his career, Michiel has led the acquisition and seamless integration of multiple companies globally.
“I am honored to become the CEO of UltiMaker and grow the adoption of 3D printing across the globe,” says Michiel Alting von Geusau. “UltiMaker is a market leader with easy-to-use and accessible desktop 3D printing solutions for any application. I look forward to leading this innovative company with a bright future and industry leading products.”