SLM partners with Spark & Co. to sell its additive machines in Ontario and QuebecClick image to enlarge

SLM Solutions is expanding its additive manufacturing footprint in Canada and is partnering with Spark & Co. to sell its offerings in Ontario and Quebec.

"We are pleased to partner with SLM Solutions to jointly grow the metal additive manufacturing applications in the largest manufacturing market in Canada,” says Guy Bélanger, vice president of business development at Spark & Co. “Our customers are looking to us, as a manufacturing technology leader, to help guide their strategic path into metal additive manufacturing. SLM Solutions is recognized as a significant driver in metal AM innovation and their focus on production solutions fits the needs of our market very well.”

"As a supplier of CNC controlled EDM, waterjet, and machining solutions since 2002, Spark & Co. has developed a reputation as a true one stop shop for customers establishing or growing their manufacturing capabilities” states Mark Hoefing, president of SLM Solutions NA. “The addition of SLM Solutions machines to their equipment portfolio enhances their ability to support their customer’s manufacturing strategies and gives SLM Solutions a strong commercial partner in this technology focused area of Canada.”

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