Objet appoints Redington India as master distributor for India

Objet Asia Pacific, a subsidiary of Objet, a provider of 3D
printing for rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing, today announced the
appointment of Redington India Limited, a leading integrated Supply Chain
Solution Provider as its master distributor for India. Redington India will distribute Objet’s 3D
printing systems and products across the country.

It is an honor for us to be associated with Objet, the
global leader in 3D printing and rapid prototyping. While we recognize that the
3D printing industry is at a nascent stage in India, at the same time we see
immense potential in this sector. Using Objet’s advanced, high-quality yet
cost-efficient 3D printing solutions, we are certain that we will add value to
customers seeking to optimize their product development process and improve
time to market for new products,” said Kasturi Rangan, president of Redington

With multiple locations and an extensive dealer network,
Redington is a leading distributor in India representing a number of
prestigious brands.

We are extremely pleased to appoint Redington India as
our master distributor in India. India is an important market for us and we are
confident that with Redington’s experience and Objet’s expertise, we will be
able to successfully make 3D printing and Objet in particular a familiar
technology throughout India,” said Ashan Dhunna, sales director for India &
ME at Objet Asia Pacific.

By Telecomlead.com Team
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