Nach Mcor Technologies kann auch Fuel3D den Distributor WYNIT für sich gewinnen. Ab sofort sind die 3D-Scanner von Fuel3D in den USA bei WYNIT verfügbar. Damit rundet der Großhändler sein Sortiment an 3D-Druckern mit dem Fuel3D 3D-Scanner ab.
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Fuel3D strikes North American distribution deal
Company appoints WYNIT Distribution as US distribution partner
Oxford, UK – September 2, 2014 – Fuel3D, the developer of advanced 3D scanning solutions, today announced it has partnered with WYNIT Distribution, LLC to distribute its products in North America. WYNIT will distribute Fuel3D’s scanner systems in strategic territories throughout the US and Canada, boosting the company’s reseller channel, sales, customer relationships and business logistics across the region.
WYNIT is a leading national distributor of products from the top national brands in the consumer electronics industry. The company serves a wide range of customers ranging from large national retailers to independent resellers through dedicated business units and strategically located distribution facilities.
Leveraging the explosive growth of 3D printing worldwide, WYNIT is aggressively building a comprehensive portfolio of products that include the most innovative and consumer-friendly 3D technologies.
“Fuel3D is a perfect complement to our growing 3D portfolio,” said Geoffrey Lewis, president and CEO, WYNIT. “The growth in 3D printing is driving demand for new ways to generate original content and Fuel3D is well-positioned to capitalize on that opportunity.”
Since making waves last year with its crowdfunding campaign, Fuel3D has been attracting interest from a range of businesses, resellers and distributors across the world.
“Our 3D scanner is priced to be affordable to most 3D printing enthusiasts, artists, designers, developers and many others,” said Stuart Mead, CEO, Fuel3D. “An effective retail strategy is required to reach these customers, and we are confident that WYNIT has the presence, experience and ambition to help us achieve our North American goals.”