Nano Dimension Transitions to Direct-Sales-Channel Strategy, Signs Agreement with AMTEST GROUP

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Nano Dimension Ltd., a leading additively manufactured electronics/printed electronics provider, announced the recruitment of AMTEST GROUP as the new agent for enhancing the Company’s access to the Eastern European market.

AMTEST GROUP is the market leader in electronic assembly solutions and the fastest expanding equipment and consumable distributor covering Central and Eastern Europe. With successful operations established in eight countries—the Group works as “one company, with one culture and one goaldelivering excellence to its electronic assembly clients. This objective is supported with over 50 personnel and three “centers of excellence” facilities working continuously on next generation process challenges and research and development.

“I am sure that additively manufactured electronics will grow in the next years, and Nano Dimension is at the vanguard of the technology. AMTEST GROUP is excited to team up with the world leading 3D-printing electronics company and we are looking forward to bringing this technology to the markets in Eastern Europe,” said Andy Taylor, Managing Partner of AMTEST GROUP.

“We are excited to collaborate with AMTEST GROUP, a veteran of the electronics industry, that is as convinced as we are about the potential of the additively manufactured Electronics technology.” Said Valentin Storz, GM of Nano Dimension Europe. “With this Agreement we increase our accessibility to the manufacturing and industrial electronics markets in Eastern Europe, while maintaining our direct contact with customers.”



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