Additive Industries plans to move its Eindhoven, the Netherlands, headquarters to a brand-new factory close to its current location.

This forms part of the company’s ambition to grow to a top three position in metal additive manufacturing (AM) in 2022, it says.

The new site will consolidate headquarters, development and system assembly & test operations, which are currently spread over two locations. This move will enable Additive Industries to expand further since the total floor space is roughly seven times more than its current combined facilities, the company says.

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