Join Forces with VSD Enterprise in India
BARI, Italy – Roboze, Italian manufacturer of professional 3d printing solutions for rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing applications, announced today it has reached its first distribution agreement out of the EMEA region. The company reached a distribution agreement with VSD Enterprise to resell the products across the Indian market.
“Today we mark an important mile stone in the history of Roboze” said Alessio Lorusso, Roboze Founder and CEO, “we feel that now, in the peak of our successful distribution channel deployment in EMEA, is the right time to move ahead and expand to new promising regions, bringing our advanced 3d printing solutions to professional users across the world. India, a fast adopting market of new technologies, will be great start for us.” Concluded Lorusso.
VSD Enterprise was founded by industry professionals having wide experience in delivering value to Design and Prototype & Manufacturing industries. The company plans to bring in their expertise to cater the Indian market with advance technologies in domains such as Additive manufacturing, and reverse engineering and revolutionize them by imparting the same to build a skilled workforce for future.
“We are excited to partner with Roboze – one of the most innovative companies in the market today. We plan to use our immense industry expertise in devising solutions to the current Prototyping & additive manufacturing needs of our customers” says Yogendra Srivastava, Director Sales & Marketing of VSD Enterprise.
“At VSD we will be focusing on providing solutions for the various industries, looking to have an affordable solution on advanced techno-polymers such as PEI (Ultem), PEEK, Carbon Fiber, Polycarbonate and Nylon, concentrating on metal replacement, weight reduction, prototyping applications in industries such as Defence, Automotive and Aerospace. Thus making the Indian market capable enough and confident enough of their product during their conceptualization stage, there for in-turn fueling the concept of the Make In India campaign.”