New year, new job? In this edition of the 3D Printing Industry jobs and hiring round up, new appointments at Ricoh, Kumovis, Optomec, Additive Manufacturing Technologies are highlighted as well as a job opportunity from 3D Printing Industry.
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3D printing industry movers and new hires
UK-based post-processing specialist Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) has announced that Noud Steffens has joined its executive team as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). Prior to this position, Steffens worked at Global science-based company and material producer DSM for 13 years in developing and providing sustainable high-performance material solutions.
Japanese multinational imaging and electronics company Ricoh has strengthened its European sales team with the addition of Chris Allport, formerly of 3T-am, a 3D printing service bureau based in Berkshire, UK. Allport joins the Ricoh team at its Telford headquarters, taking the role of Regional Additive Manufacturing Sales Manager with responsibility for the UK.
Optomec, the Albuquerque-based company behind Aerosol Jet Printing technology, announced that Alex Hodik has assumed responsibilities in the position of General Manager, Asia Pacific for Optomec. Hodik previously served as the General Manager for BigRep Asia Pacific and prior to that, held several different roles at Stratasys, including Territory Manager ANZ & Thailand, regional Customer Support management, and Applications management.
Kumovis, a German medical 3D printing startup, has appointed Martin Herzmann to strengthen its sales team. Herzmann has been holding the position as Business Development Manager at Kumovis, and was responsible for the strategic 3D printing alignment on the medtech company side.
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