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Stratasys CEO David Reis Retires, To Be Replaced by Ilan Levin

3D printing company Stratasys has just announced that David Reis has decided to step down from his position as Chief Executive Officer. Effective July 1, member of the board and executive committee of Stratasys, Ilan Levin, will take over as CEO, while Reis will remain a member of the board of directors as an executive director. 

david_reis_stratasysDavid Reis, who operated the company for seven years, has also led the merger of Stratasys and Objet in 2012 and oversaw a period of significant growth, establishing the company as one of the industry’s leaders.

“It has been a privilege to lead Stratasys and its very talented team during a truly transformative period for our company and industry,” said Mr. Reis. “The time has come to transition leadership, and I am extremely pleased to have a highly-capable successor who has extensive knowledge of all aspects of Stratasys, including our technologies, markets and strategic roadmap. Ilan is an additive manufacturing pioneer, and has been a key figure in our industry for many years. I am confident in his ability to conduct a seamless transition and lead our company into the future.”

ilan_levin_stratasysIlan Levin has served as a member of the board of directors of Objet since 2000 and as President and Vice Chairman of the Objet board prior to the Stratasys-Objet merger in 2012. “Speaking on behalf of the whole Board, we are confident that Ilan’s understanding of the company’s business and strategy will enable him to build upon Stratasys’ market position, foster a smooth transition and successfully advance the company’s strategic vision,” remarked Elan Jaglom, Chairman of the board.

Mr. Levin said, “I am honored to be taking on the role as CEO and to continue working with the global Stratasys team to advance our company’s goals and values.”


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