INTAMSYS, a specialist in additive manufacturing, has announced a strategic partnership with Sicnova. This collaboration is an important step for INTAMSYS in strengthening its commercial and technical representation in Spain, with Sicnova acting as its regional representative.
Founded in 2007, Sicnova has built its expertise in generating business for its customers by identifying applications and finding the right 3D printing solution for their needs. With over 60 professionals, including specialized application engineers, Sicnova is able to understand the exact needs of its customers. The company is known for building and maintaining customer relationships, with after-sales service and customer support being core values of their operations.
Based in Linares, Jaen, Spain, Sicnova is able to demonstrate INTAMSYS printers, provide training and house all the professionals needed thanks to its large office space. In addition, the company has access to many locations in Iberia, which allows them to participate in relevant trade shows and have an extensive distribution network in the region.
INTAMSYS is excited about the potential of this collaboration. The partnership with Sicnova is expected to significantly improve access and support for INTAMSYS products and services in Spain. Sicnova’s commitment to quality, innovation and customer satisfaction harmonizes seamlessly with INTAMSYS’ values.
This strategic alliance combines the strengths of both companies to offer comprehensive and customized 3D printing solutions that meet the diverse needs of the industry in Spain. The combined expertise of both companies will ensure that companies in Spain have access to state-of-the-art 3D printing solutions.
In summary, the partnership between INTAMSYS and Sicnova marks an important step in the expansion and diversification of the 3D printing market in Spain. It will provide Spanish companies with improved access to advanced 3D printing technologies and customized solutions tailored to their specific industrial needs, strengthening Spain’s position in the global 3D printing sector.