Posted April 2, 2021

WINA forms Würth Additive Group

Würth Industry North America (WINA) announced that it has formed a new company called Würth Additive Group to provide expanded 3D printing products and services, including financing and rental options on equipment.

Wurth Additive GroupWürth Industry North America began providing additive solutions to customers in late 2017 with rapid prototyping and printing production tools. It now offers full digital Kanban solutions by integrating 3D printing technology in its existing vendor managed inventory programs.

"We are thrilled to bring innovative digital supply chain solutions to our customers," said Dan Hill, chief executive officer for Würth Industry North America. "By integrating industrial 3D printing technology with our existing inventory programs, we can offer faster time to market, lower inventory costs, and improved environmental sustainability practices. We're able to cut out the sourcing, purchasing, and transportation costs and deliver the value directly to the customer."

"We're excited to offer rental and financing options and provide additive manufacturing solutions to a wider market," said AJ Strandquist, newly appointed CEO of Würth Additive Group. "Our mission is to enable, implement, and support a digital supply chain solution that is dependable and beneficial for our customers to operate. We do this by offering a clear implementation process, cost-saving options, on-going support, a strategic supplier portfolio, and financial services for instant return on investment."