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Nexa3D has announced new distribution agreements in the UK and Korean markets and has also made a new appointment to its board of directors.
CREAT3D will resell its NXE 400 stereolithography system throughout the UK, while Brulé, who last week agreed a deal to supply the machine in Japan, will do the same in South Korea. Meanwhile, former Uber executive Jeff Holden has joined the board of directors to round off a busy month for the company, which began with the permanent appointment of co-founder Avi Reichental as CEO.
The deals with CREAT3D and Brulé further strengthen Nexa3D’s ambition to establish a global presence. Nexa3D has secured Disc Direct as a reseller in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, Dyanmism is distributing its NXE 400 system throughout North America, and the company says a deal has also been agreed with a company in Russia.
Both CREAT3D and Brulé have been selected for their experience with supplying additive technologies to key customers in industry and academia. CREAT3D has connections in the aerospace, automotive, motorsport and consumer products markets, while Brulé counts Bosch Korea, Hyundai Construction and Kaist University among its customer base.
“The UK is a crucial part of Nexa3D’s expansion into the European market,” commented Reichental, who also praised Brulé’s ‘outstanding reputation and extensive local presence’ in the Korean market.