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Xometry enters Turkey with the acquisition of Tridi

Tridi will continue its operations under the Xometry Turkey brand, and will be a subsidiary of Xometry Europe

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Xometry, a global online marketplace connecting enterprise buyers with suppliers of manufacturing services, has acquired Istanbul-based Tridi, and has launched a localized marketplace for Turkish customers. With the acquisition of Tridi, Xometry adds a significant marketplace in a strategic area of the region that can support customer needs throughout Europe.

Xometry’s localized marketplaces are powered by the company’s proprietary, AI-driven Instant Quoting Engine and allow regional customers to get quotes and purchase parts directly in local currency.

Tridi’s customers come from diverse industries such as aerospace and aeronautics, automotive, consumer electronics, plastics, and more, and include large international enterprise organizations. Tridi offers CNC machining, 3D printing, sheet metal fabrication, injection molding, and urethane casting services across its network of vetted regional manufacturing suppliers. Tridi will continue its operations under the Xometry Turkey brand, and will be a subsidiary of Xometry Europe.

Xometry enters Turkey with the acquisition of Tridi. Tridi will continue its operations under the Xometry Turkey brand.
Xometry’s instant quoting system

“Our continued expansion across Europe reflects our commitment to becoming the global marketplace for the large and growing industrial market,” said Randy Altschuler, CEO of Xometry. “With the acquisition of Tridi, we’re giving our customers throughout Europe more opportunities to source their manufacturing needs. Our localized marketplaces help entrepreneurs, small and medium businesses, as well as large enterprise organizations connect with manufacturers to create locally resilient supply chains so that they can bring goods to market faster and operate with greater efficiency. We are proud of our track record in Europe, where we now have 11 localized marketplaces, and we welcome Tridi into the Xometry family.”

“We’re excited about our expansion into Turkey, which is crucial to European manufacturing supply chains and has a strong internal manufacturing market.”, said Dmitry Kafidov, Managing Director of Xometry Europe.

“We’re thrilled to join Xometry,” said Çınar Topaloğlu, Tridi co-founder and CEO. “Our customers and our manufacturing partners can already benefit from Xometry’s cutting-edge marketplace technologies and global manufacturing expertise by quoting and sourcing parts via xometry.com.tr.”

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