Sicnova becomes Zortrax’s Official Distributor for Spain, Portugal and Latin America

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Above: The M200 3D Printer from Zortrax/Image Credit: Zortrax

Sicnova has signed an agreement with Zortrax to become its sole distributor in Spain, Portugal and Latin America. Sicnova will offer the Polish company’s full range of 3D printers, which are valued by specialists worldwide.

The Spanish company will start selling Zortrax’s plastic extrusion printers (the M300 Plus, the M200 Plus and the Inventure), Inkspire resin printer and its full range of filaments, resins, parts and accessories. In addition, orders for the new Zortrax M300 Dual printer with double extrusion are already being taken, with it expected to reach customers in the next few weeks.

Sicnova is actively strengthening its sales channel to boost Zortrax’s presence on the Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American market.

The agreement will consolidate Sicnova’s position as a leading distributor of 3D technology internationally, especially in Spanish-speaking markets. According to Alicia López, Zortrax Product Manager for Sicnova, “Zortrax is a leading company with proven reliability. Adding it to our portfolio continues our policy of only offering the best brands, providing our customers with the best solutions based on their specific needs.”

Alicia López cotinued, “The company has huge know-how when it comes to 3D printing, which will undoubtedly benefit Zortrax’s customers.”

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With over a decade’s experience, Sicnova’s technical and sales team are experts in additive manufacturing.

Rafał Tomasiak, CEO of Zortrax also commented on the recent agreement that, “We are pleased to be cooperating with Sicnova, which will help us increase sales in markets that show great potential for our brand. Last year was a year of innovation;  we launched new devices, including our first resin printer, the Zortrax Inkspire, and an innovative post-processing device, the Apoller. They have been very well received by customers and garnered positive reviews in the media. Now, through our cooperation with Sicnova, we can be sure that they will reach a new group of satisfied users.”

About Zortrax: Zortrax offers comprehensive 3D printing solutions, with dedicated filaments, Z-SUITE software and additional devices that improve printing and post-processing. Zortrax products are used by thousands of specialists worldwide, from architecture to medicine, and from the automotive industry to fashion. Zortrax products have won multiple awards in the 3D printing industry. The company is based in Poland.

About Sicnova: Grupo Sicnova is one of the main 3D technology companies in Europe and Spanish-speaking countries. With over 12 years’ experience in additive manufacturing, its portfolio includes major 3D printing and 3D scanning brands such as Ultimaker, HP 3D Printing, Markforged and Shining3D.

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