• Stuttgart, Germany, 06. Feb 2024 – Farsoon Europe GmbH proudly announces the addition of four new team members to its workforce.
• Innovative Growth: Farsoon Europe GmbH reinforces its position in the 3D printing market through continuous growth and innovative solutions.
• Strategic Workforce Development: With the addition of four new team members, the company strategically invests in workforce development to advance additive manufacturing.
• Customer Satisfaction at the Core: The team expansion aligns with Farsoon’s commitment to serving and supporting customers to the best of its ability.
06. Feb 2024, Stuttgart (GER), Germany
Stuttgart, Germany – Farsoon Europe GmbH, as a prominent player in the 3D printing market, proudly announces the addition of four new team members to its workforce. Kevin Veysseix, Simon Song, René Kopatsch and Louis Rankel join the company as part of Farsoon’s strategic growth plan to further strengthen its position in additive manufacturing.
Established in April 2018, Farsoon Europe GmbH has experienced robust growth, solidifying its standing in the 3D printing industry. The company recognizes the pivotal role of talented individuals in advancing additive manufacturing and ensuring optimal support for its customers.
Continued Growth in the Additive Manufacturing Sector:
Farsoon Europe GmbH remains dedicated to advancing the field of additive manufacturing, and its sustained growth is a testament to the increasing demand for innovative 3D printing solutions. In response to this demand, the company continues to expand its team with skilled professionals.
About the New Team Members:
1. Kevin Veysseix
Territory Technical Support Manager
“Bringing over 7 years in Additive Manufacturing, I look forward to combining my technical experience and customer focus to this newly created “Territory Technical Support Manager” role. Farsoon is the leading player in the AM industry and I’m eager to continue pushing users to scale Additive Manufacturing to real production.”
2. Simon Song
Technical Service Engineer
“Transitioning from Farsoon China to Farsoon Europe has provided me with a broader perspective on the additive manufacturing (AM) industry, allowing for closer observation of market trends and a deeper understanding of AM technologies. This transition empowers me to stay updated on the latest industry trends, technological advancements, and best practices. With this commitment, I am well-prepared as a forward-thinking professional to contribute to Farsoon Europe’s mission of advancing additive manufacturing across the continent.”
3. René Kopatsch
Technical Service Engineer
“I have been in the additive manufacturing industry for 5 years, first as a working student and for 4 years as a process engineer responsible for parameter development and validation of new components. Farsoon is a good opportunity for me to gain deeper knowledge about polymer printers, the tasks in the service area and the interaction with customers, but also to join a company with enormous growth potential, which has already proven this several times in recent years.”
4. Louis Rankel
Technical Service Engineer
“Since 2015, additive manufacturing has been my greatest passion, both professionally and personally. With 9 years of field service experience, 6 of which have been in the AM industry, I’m confident in my ability to provide outstanding service to an ever-growing customer base. I’m honored to join a team of highly dedicated professionals with a fresh and innovative outlook on the industry in which I feel at home. As a member of the Farsoon team, I have a great opportunity to develop my skills and knowledge, collaborate and build successful relationships with colleagues and clients who are as passionate about this technology as I am.”
These new additions align with Farsoon’s commitment to recruiting top-tier talent to drive innovation and provide exceptional support to customers in the ever-evolving landscape of additive manufacturing.
Farsoon Europe GmbH extends a warm welcome to Kevin Veysseix, Simon Song, René Kopatsch and Louis Rankel, acknowledging their roles in contributing to the company’s ongoing success and its mission to advance additive manufacturing technologies.
Left to right: Kevin Veysseix, Simon Song, René Kopatsch, Louis Rankel
FARSOON Technologies, founded in 2009 in China, is a system supplier of industrial grade plastic laser sintering and metal laser melting systems. Farsoon has developed a team of world-class experts with competencies in electrical/mechanical engineering, laser, scanning and optics, thermal controls, as well as material development and applications engineering. As a globally diverse company, Farsoon was founded with the clear vision and core commitment to creating open platform systems which will give the industry the freedom to innovate and expand the implementation of additive manufacturing in the global product’s marketplace.
Learning from the market about customer needs, Farsoon has moved to address the need for higher levels of productivity, improved feature details, and enhanced operational efficiency and flexibility. Farsoon’s latest innovations like the Continuous Additive Manufacturing Solutions (CAMS) and the very accurate and ultra-fast Flight™Technology stand for highest production rates and real industrial use of Additive Manufacturing.
Farsoon´s subsidiary FARSOON Europe GmbH (Stuttgart, Germany) provides the whole range of machine portfolio after technical confirmation in China, as well as local service and maintenance activities.
Mr. Nico Fiscella
Tel.: +49 711 13796 000
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