Additive Manufacturing XJet strengthens footprint in Asia Pacific
Israel — Additive Manufacturing company XJet has announced that it is strengthening its presence in the Asia Pacific region. The appointment of a strategic dedicated distributor in China, plus advanced discussions with further distributors across the region and the addition of Lior Meron as Regional APJ Head to the team, supports the company’s position in the region.
In the course of its expansion in the Asia Pacific region, XJet signed a distribution agreement with Pentatech. The company's first two additive manufacturing systems in China, and also on the Asian continent, are now running live at the partner’s demonstration site in Hangzhou. Further systems are to be be installed at other sites by the end of the year.
Pentatech is a new company founded by Jun Tang and Dunhe Foundation for reselling XJet printers exclusively in China. The company plans to construct five additive manufacturing centers in mega cities across China, each showcasing XJet Carmel 1400 additive manufacturing systems. The company has incubated its AM medical product and service bureau — Thales Medtech.
Lior Meron will head the APJ team. In addition to his presence in China, Meron is tasked with increasing the company's interests across the region. He brings over two decades of experience in global markets, leading the business activities of innovative companies with breakthrough technologies, and unique experience in the APJ Region.