SimpaTec opens new facility in US and adds Moldex3D to its solutions

April 26, 2021

SimpaTec is a specialist solutions provider for the design and optimisation of the injection moulding process (Courtesy Simpatec)

SimpaTec GmbH, Aachen, Germany, has opened its first US location as a local reseller for Moldex3D, software solution provider for the design and optimisation of the injection moulding process. The new office facility is located in Charlotte, North Carolina, where the company believes it will be strategically well-suited to intensify and qualify the company’s activities enormously and is in close proximity to all relevant market topics.

“We believe this to be the ideal location and conditions to establish new business relationships, to steadily expand them and to realise our striving future plans in the American, Canadian and Mexican market,” stated Cristoph Hinse, CEO, SimpaTec.

The company has also announced its North American partnership with Contura MTC GmbH, a developer of mould temperature control concepts. SimpaTec believes that these two relationships make them an ideal partner for all engineering services evolving around conformal cooled mould inserts for small or large components, as they are able now able to offer solutions for shorter cycle times, improved quality and cost reduction.

“We are extremely happy to have such an experienced, competent and skilful partner situated locally in the US and who, therefore, is able to intensively look after the needs of all the existing and future customers,” added Reiner Westhoff, Managing Director of Contura MTC. “We truly look forward to a fruitful cooperation”

SimpaTec is now present on three continents – North America, Europe and Asia – which means that the company is not only in close proximity to their customers, but also that time zones differences are easily overcome, allowing for ’round the clock’. Another major advantage of the company’s expanded global presence is that the market-specific requirements can be covered, realised and performed.

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