INTAMSYS Joins WorldSkills Community as its First Official Global Partner for 3D Printers

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  • INTAMSYS becomes the newest WorldSkills Global Industry Partner and will support two skills at WorldSkills Lyon 2024.
INTAMSYS Joins WorldSkills Community as its First Official Global Partner for 3D Printers
INTAMSYS & WSI Online Signing Ceremony (SC), Global Industry Partner/Source: INTAMSYS

INTAMSYS, a leader in industrial 3D printing innovation, has signed a global partnership agreement with WorldSkills International, making it the company’s first official Global Partner for 3D printers. INTAMSYS will now provide support to WorldSkills Lyon 2024 as a WorldSkills Global Industry Partner.

INTAMSYS announced its commitment to skills in 2019, with the goal of becoming a sponsor at WorldSkills Shanghai 2022. Despite the postponement of the Competition, INTAMSYS continued discussions and is now proud to be an official WorldSkills Global Industry Partner.

INTAMSYS – First Official Global Partner for 3D Printers

FUNMAT PRO 410 3D printers
FUNMAT PRO 410 3D printers/Source: INTAMSYS

INTAMSYS, headquartered in Shanghai, China, has technical service centres in Germany and the United States, as well as a global sales and support network. A team of engineers with expertise in precision equipment development and high-performance materials research co-founded the company in 2016. The company has a global footprint and operates in a variety of industries, including aerospace, electronic manufacturing, automotive, medical and scientific research, and consumer products.

“We are excited to be the WorldSkills Global Industry Partner. Through our technical support and training initiatives, we are committed to bridging the gap between industry practices and vocational education, ensuring that young talents receive adequate training for real-world applications. Our goal is to inspire young people for technology and to strengthen industry and prosperity in society.”

– Charles Han, CEO and Founder of INTAMSYS

WorldSkills Lyon 2024

World Skills 2019 opening ceremony
World Skills 2019 opening ceremony/Source: World Skills

INTAMSYS has already fulfilled its commitment by supporting two skill events at WorldSkills Lyon 2024 in September. It will provide Additive Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering CAD with 3D printers and printing materials. The portfolio of the company includes a wide range of 3D printers, from “table” machines to industrial equipment capable of high productivity, making it a valuable and versatile Partner.

“This partnership comes at a very exciting time. Globally, we are witnessing a rapid growth in the use of 3D printing and additive manufacturing. We can already see how much we will learn from your experience working in multiple sectors, across international markets, and with customers of all sizes and scales.”

– David Hoey, CEO of WorldSkills International

At the signing, WorldSkills Chair Chris Humphries praised INTAMSYS’s commitment to high performance, precision, and quality. “We look forward to benefiting from your cutting-edge expertise as well as your impressive resources and capabilities,” he said. We hope that in return, you will gain knowledge and insights into Vocational Education and Training as you collaborate with our other Partners, Members, and the inspiring young people whose skills we develop.”

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