COBOD and PERI expand their 3D Construction Printing Distribution Cooperation

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Jan-Peter Graumann from PERI SE and Philip Knudsen, from COBOD shake hands to expand 3D Construction Printing Distribution Cooperation
Above: (Left to Right) Jan-Peter Graumann, Global Head of Business Development & Sales, 3D Construction Printing, PERI SE and Philip Knudsen, Head of Global Marketing & Communication, COBOD International A/S/Image Source: COBOD International

COBOD International, modular 3D construction printer manufacturer, and PERI Group, a leading company globally within formwork equipment, scaffolding, and leading 3D construction printing supplier, expand their successful 3D construction printing cooperation as PERI will also become the distributor of COBOD 3D construction printers in Europe & US.

Since 2019, PERI has been successfully distributing COBOD 3D construction printers, and in 2019, PERI became a minority shareholder of COBOD. The fact that PERI is COBOD’s largest customer, having purchased multiple printers for European and US customers, attests to the success of the collaboration. PERI has also successfully used COBOD’s 3D construction printers on several projects since 2019, including the world’s first three-story apartment building in Germany.

3D Construction Printing Distribution Cooperation

COBOD and PERI are now expanding their successful collaboration so that PERI will distribute COBOD printers in Poland, Benelux, and France in addition to German-speaking countries. PERI will be the distributor in the United States for the states of Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan, in addition to Texas.

The expanded collaboration is in response to the global rapid growth and increased demand for 3D construction printers. COBOD also recently signed a distribution agreement with Thailand’s construction behemoth, Siam Cement Group, for distribution in Thailand, and additional distributor agreements for Asia, the Middle East, and Africa are in the works.

The goal of the expanded COBOD PERI collaboration is to leverage PERI’s significant know-how in 3D construction printing for the benefit of more markets in Europe and the United States.

Fabian Meyer-Brötz, Head of 3D Printing at PERI said, “Our cooperation with COBOD has been highly successful and the development since our first involvement has gone much faster than expected. COBOD has really fast grasped the industry and become the globally leading provider of 3D construction printing technology. With the expanded cooperation, we are now ready to fuel the growth of both of our companies even further in Europe and the US”.

“We are thrilled that PERI is now investing further in securing the roll out of our technology to more markets. PERI has proven to be a perfect partner for us, and we would not be where we are today without PERI. In our quest to change the construction industry forever, we need partners that can cooperate with us on that mission, and we could not have found a better partner than PERI”.

– Henrik Lund-Nielsen, Founder & General Manager of COBOD

The partnership between COBOD and PERI matches COBOD’s leading technology with PERI’s unparalleled experience and expert understanding of the possibilities of the technology, together with PERI’s market reach and understanding of local conditions via PERI’s significant market presence in the selected countries and states. 

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