Mcor, which is the only manufacturer of desktop paper 3D printers in the world, announced that Olkusz-headquartered Solveere will sell Mcor's range of 3D printers in Poland.
Solveere joins an expanding group of companies who are taking part in Mcor's recent partner initiative, which has led to significant growth in the organisation's channel.
Chief Executive Officer of Mcor Technologies Dr Conor MacCormack revealed that the number of its partners has increased by 1,200 per cent from July of last year. Moreover, as a result sales growth has burgeoned by around 600 per cent for the same timeframe. Mcor is continuing to seek channel partners and has an aggressive growth strategy for 2013.
Dr MacCormack said of this latest deal: "We are delighted to add Solveere as our newest channel partner. We are developing a growing portfolio of products to distribute and now it is about developing the right channel to support that. The business opportunity is attractive for our partners as we have a unique product offering."
Solveere is the latest company to join forces with Mcor - the maker of the Mcor IRIS and Matrix 300+ 3D printers. The company was established in 2006 and focuses on the use and promotion of technologies in the CAD, rapid prototyping and spatial scanning sections of the market. The company is an authorised distributor for spatial Tiertime printers and offers free consulting, technology selection and performance evaluation prototypes.
General Manager of Solveere Maciej Patrzatek commented: "Mcor Technologies offers a very unique solution for today's 3D modeling challenges.
"Mcor's solution for 3D printing fits perfectly in our approach: a 3D solution that is easy to use, eco-friendly and with a low total cost of ownership. We are also excited about Mcor's unique full-colour 3D printing solution, the Mcor IRIS and see many applications for this product in our existing and new markets."