Essentium Boosts Executive Leadership in Asia Pacific

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Senior Leadership tasked to capture growing adoption of additive manufacturing in the region

Essentium, Inc., today strengthened its international executive team with the promotion of Angela Tan to General Manager, Singapore and Head of Business Development, Asia Pacific, and the appointment of Dennis Tang to General Manager, China. The expanded leadership team will enable Essentium to maximize its footprint across the region. It will expand its partner program and increase focus on helping manufacturers adopt and implement industrial-scale additive manufacturing (AM) with the open Essentium High Speed Extrusion (HSETM) 3D Printing Platform.

Essentium is already working with Asia Pacific partners to drive AM adoption helping customers save in production costs while boosting their innovation capabilities.

Said Blake Mosher, Chief Commercial Officer, Essentium, Inc.: “We have great respect for the industrial scale capabilities of the Asia Pacific region. We continuously hear of companies expanding their industrial strength AM strategy. With the leadership of Angela Tan and Dennis Tang, we look forward to helping our Asia Pacific partners and clients further their AM strategy.”

Said Angela Tan, General Manager, Singapore & Head of Business Development, Essentium Asia Pacific: “The proliferation of AM technologies is helping companies realize its value in transforming the manufacturing landscape. Having an open mindset to adopt AM in their production will greatly benefit businesses in the long run. I am delighted to take on this leadership role and work collaboratively with partners in the region to help customers embrace AM and speed the move to Industry 4.0.”

Said Dennis Tang, General Manager, Essentium China: “China’s manufacturing economy is continuously demanding more agile, smarter, and more efficient production. 3D printing is answering this need and is entering a golden period in China, offering tremendous value for manufacturers. I am honored and excited to be part of an AM innovator like Essentium to help meet the diverse and complex demands of China’s manufacturing sector. I look forward to working with customers to help transform innovative concepts into value-added reality.”

About Essentium

Essentium, Inc. provides industrial 3D printing solutions that are disrupting traditional manufacturing processes by bringing product strength and production speed together, at scale, with a no-compromise engineering material set. Essentium manufactures and delivers innovative industrial 3D printers and materials enabling the world’s top manufacturers to bridge the gap between 3D printing and machining and embrace the future of additive manufacturing. Essentium, Inc. is ISO 9001:2015 and ITAR certified.

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