3D printer specialist Anisoprint recently moved its headquarters to Suzhou, one of China’s most important industrial hubs. This follows the opening of its first office in Shanghai earlier this year and a successful round of financing. This has been led by a Chinese venture capital firm.
The company, previously based in Luxembourg, is moving to a new, larger facility in the Changshu Economic and Technological Development Zone. This relocation will allow Anisoprint to increase production of its industrial 3D printers. The new headquarters provides 8,000 square meters of production and office space, which will increase production of the PROM IS 500 3D printer to more than 200 units per year. Likewise, a new generation of desktop 3D printers will be introduced.
Fedor Antonov, CEO of Anisoprint, emphasized, “With our new headquarters in the heart of China’s dynamic tech scene, we aim to accelerate product development and expand our operations to meet growing customer demand in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.”
In addition to the relocation, Ryan Liu has been appointed executive vice president and sales manager of Anisoprint. Under his leadership, the company has significantly increased its growth in China since 2020.