Governors of Jiangsu Province (China) and Noord-Brabant (NL) present at ceremony

Additive Industries has officially handed over its first MetalFAB1 system in China to the Marine Equipment Technology Institute(METI)of Jiangsu University of Science and TechnologyinZhenjiang, China. At the ceremony in the additive manufacturing center of METI, many local VIPs were present from the university, regional and local governmental as well as the Mayor from Eindhoven, John Jorritsma.

As part of the trade mission celebrating 25 years of collaboration between the Provinces of Jiangsu and Noord-Brabant, home of Eindhoven Additive Industries’ headquarters in the Netherlands, also the Governors of both provinces celebrated the collaboration.The MetalFAB1 system, used byglobal market and innovation leaders in aeronautics, space and high performance automotive, will allow METI to accelerate production of heat exchangers for LiquefiedNatural Gas (LNG) and other maritime, oil and gas applications.“We are grateful to welcome METI as a leading partnerin marine technology.Not only are they a frontrunner in marineapplications but also a visionary in additive manufacturing by being the first in China to own a MetalFAB1 system. The system will be used alsofor research but mainly to transfer their innovative heat exchanger technology to series production”, said Mike Goh, General Manager of Additive Industries Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.“This installation and demonstration facility allows other industries to reference the technology in China, which is elementary for further expansion”, commentedWang Jun, General Manager of Sinsun-Tech, Additive Industries’ agent in China.“The handover ceremony has demonstrated the importance of our collaboration and business friendship, the involvement of both our Governors and the Mayor of Eindhoven further forged our relationship and creates a solid basis for the future”, added Daan Kersten, CEO of Additive Industries
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