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Leading provider of 3D printers continues its march across the country on its mission to revitalize manufacturing in America
Troy, MI (PRWEB) August 23, 2017
Fisher Unitech, a leading provider of 3D printers and product development technology, today announced the expansion of the company’s 3D printing business footprint with the addition of Cimquest Inc.’s Stratasys related business. Effective immediately Fisher Unitech will take over the Cimquest territory in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut for Stratasys sales and services. Fisher Unitech will support all former Cimquest customers with sales, service and consulting for the full portfolio of Stratasys 3D printers and advanced materials.
This growth follows the acquisition of Prism Engineering in Pennsylvania in June 2016 and the announcement of Fisher Unitech’s expansion into New England in July 2017. The combination of these moves has doubled the size of territory Fisher Unitech can sell Stratasys solutions. The larger scale provides greater opportunities for customers to leverage industry-leading innovation, design and fabrication products. Today’s agreement advances Fisher Unitech’s commitment to revitalizing manufacturing in America.
“We’re very excited to expand our relationship with Fisher Unitech,” said Rich Garrity, President of Americas, Stratasys. “By further teaming with Stratasys, Fisher is steadily emerging as a driving force in additive manufacturing across the United States.”
“With Cimquest Inc.’s Stratasys business agreement, we’re renewing our commitment to bringing energy and innovation to American manufacturing by investing in New England and Mid-Atlantic regions,” said Matt Wise, CEO, Fisher Unitech. “We are excited this growth allows us to add new jobs, invest in advanced technology, and provide next generation additive manufacturing solutions to companies in the region.”
Fisher Unitech offers real value to customers through an advanced portfolio of technology and services. By adding the Stratasys segment of Cimquest’s business, the company is enabling customers to reduce costs and gain market share - digitizing product development and production processes to accelerate the transition to the 4th Industrial Revolution.
About Fisher Unitech
Fisher Unitech is fundamentally improving manufacturing in America by delivering, supporting and training customers on the best product development software and additive and subtractive manufacturing solutions available. The company delivers 3D software and hardware, which enables customers to design, validate and manage innovative products from prototyping to manufacturing. Fisher Unitech is the largest providers of Stratasys 3D printers in the world and one of the leading SOLIDWORKS TM providers. We have best-in-class technical experts who work proactively to ensure that customers gain the most value from their investment with award-winning training options, consultation, and support. Fisher Unitech has locations throughout the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and New England. For more information, visit http://www. FisherUnitech.com.
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