The delivery services company TNT wants to support its German customers in their additive manufacturing activities. Therefore, TNT cooperates with trinckle 3D, a leading German solution provider for 3D printing.
HENNIGSDORF / BERLIN, GERMANY, AUGUST 17th 2015 — Not long ago, TNT Germany announced its ambitions to discover the innovative field of 3D printing – in dialogue with their customers. From now on, TNT wants to join forces with the technology company trinckle 3D. The Berlin-based provider for 3D printing software and services is well-established in the market for several years. Thereby, TNT gets access to advanced technology and market competence to support their customers in the implementation of 3D printing applications.
TNT’s product manager for Value Added Services, Martin Winand, states following reason for this step: "Due to 3D printing, the transportation needs and demands of our customers will change without any doubt in the next years. We want to shape these process adjustments actively. For this purpose we have trinckle 3D with us now – a professional partner with valuable knowledge in 3D printing technology and production.”
TNT customers are supposed to profit from this cooperation, regardless of their size and industry. With TNT and trinckle 3D, they now have two partners available to support their implementation of future 3D printing projects.
The interaction with TNT customers sounds particularly promising to trinckle 3D CEO, Florian Reichle: "Together with a top company like TNT, we can push the potential of 3D printing to higher levels. Above all, the intended communication between numerous companies is a chance for everyone involved to develop and implement profitable solutions.”
trinckle 3D has operated an online 3D printing bureau delivering across Europe for the last years. During that time, advanced competence in technology and the 3D printing market has been acquired. By providing highly specialized software and a proven production infrastructure, trinckle 3D offers professional solutions for 3D printing companies and for companies making their first moves in this industry. Cooperating with TNT is the next step in this direction and it will probably encourage the young high-tech company in their strategic orientation.
Dr. Ole Bröker
- Enterprise Marketing -
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