Mcor, the family run 3D printing business led by CEO Conor MacCormack, keeps expanding into new territories both tech and market-wise. After signing a deal with Staples last year, the company that believes in the force of regular paper even for multi-dimensional printing, is now going further up north – with a new retail partnership with the Norwegian full 3DP solution company 3DPrint Nordic. The result of this deal is that 3DPrint Nordic will be the key reseller of Mcor’s Iris and Matrix 3D printer lines all over Scandinavia.
William Draeger, Managing Director for 3DPrint Nordic, describes the intentions behind the partnership: “Our company is very experienced in the 3D market and we see the real value in Mcor’s unique range of paper-based products. We look forward to working with Mcor and introducing their products to the Scandinavian market – lowest cost, highest quality, full colour and eco-friendly – their product line will complement products already in our network”, states Draeger. Those products already in the company’s offering include solutions from Creaform, Solutionix as well as from Roland DG.
Mcor has already established a presence in China, Germany, South Africa, India, the US and now in Scandinavia with several partnerships. “3D Nordic is a strategic partner that embodies Mcor’s philosophy of signing formidable channel partners best suited to serving our customers’ needs,” states Dr. MacCormack. “We look forward to a rewarding partnership that pays dividends for our companies and helps our customers to profit.”
Despite their ever growing presence in difference markets Mcor still has several geographical areas to cover – which will give us the chance, of course, to report on the new developments, which at this expansion and growth rate will be covered here on 3DPI sooner rather than later.