Saudi Arabia Issues First 3D Printing License to Immensa Technology Labs

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Above: Immensa, currently headquartered in Dubai, plans to manage its regional operations from its Saudi offices/Image Source: Immensa Technology Labs

Immensa Technology Labs, Dubai-based integrated additive manufacturing solution provider for companies, has received a 3D printing license for additive manufacturing from the Ministry of Investment in Saudi Arabia, representing the first license of its kind in the Kingdom.

The 3D printing license complements the Kingdom’s efforts to modernize its economy by adopting advanced manufacturing technologies, as well as attracting international companies who operate in the field.

Immensa Technology Labs has acquired a 10,000 square-foot industrial additive manufacturing facility in Dammam, and plans to establish a network of other 3D printing hubs across Saudi Arabia.

It aims to provide solutions to local and international oil and gas and manufacturing companies with its expansion into KSA.

A statement released by the company on the occasion of the receipt of the 3D printing license said, “Immensa’s facility in the KSA includes metal, non-metal, post-processing, and testing capabilities for oil and gas parts, the first-of-its-kind in the region.”

Fahmi Al-Shawwa, CEO of Immensa Technology Labs, said, “The Kingdom has the largest manufacturing base in the region, adding it has received strong interest from Saudi-based companies for its services.”

Immensa, currently headquartered in Dubai, plans to manage its regional operations from its Saudi offices.

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