Dutch technology company 3devo has announced its expansion to the United States. The Utrecht-based company, which specializes in high-quality desktop filament extrusion and plastic recycling solutions, will be catering to its North American clientele from a new address in Claymont, Delaware.
3devo’s decision to open an office in the U.S. stems from the growing popularity of its products around the world. The company first came into the spotlight in 2016 with a revolutionary desktop filament extruder. Thereafter, it went on to develop a highly specialized and precision-oriented range of filament makers, an innovative plastic processor, and most recently, a desktop-based polymer dryer.
These cutting-edge products, along with 3devo’s commitment to reducing lead times and improving access to groundbreaking material developing technologies, have earned the company an extensive international customer base that continues to grow.
“The decision to expand 3devo into the US and open our first foreign office in Delaware was the next logical step for our business growth strategy,” says Tim Wesselink, CEO of 3devo. According to Wesselink, a U.S. presence will help his company improve the purchasing process for its overseas clients. In addition to shortening lead times and speeding up deliveries within the U.S. and North America, it will also facilitate payments by eliminating currency conversion and other logistical obstacles.
With 3devo looking to make material development technologies accessible to end users across the globe, Wesselink feels that quality customer service and quick response times will be key to his company’s success. Acquiring a U.S. presence is an important step in this direction. Wesselink feels it will help the company forge better customer relationships and pave the way for further growth.
“We see immense growth in the near future and are looking into other ways to better service our customers throughout the world,” he says.
3devo’s product line currently includes the Precision and Composer filament makers, the SHR3D IT plastic recycler, and the AIRID polymer dryer. All of these machines are designed to deliver professional-quality results in desktop-based settings. 3devo also offers customized training programs for individuals and businesses to enhance their knowledge of filament extrusion, plastic recycling, and the future of material development.