Additive Industries Announces Move to New HQ

The new facility, which will combine the company’s headquarters, development, system assembly and test operations, is seven times larger than its current two locations combined. 


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Additive Industries will move its headquarters in Eindhoven, Netherlands, to a new factory close to its current location in early April. The new site will consolidate its headquarters, development, system assembly and test operations, which are currently spread over two locations in Eindhoven. This move will enable the team to expand further, since the total floor space is roughly seven times larger than its current combined facilities.

The new factory is located in a renovated former Philips Electronics building from the 1950s. Its “Northern lights” roof structure and glass walls provide sustainability and transparency. 

“We are proud to again move into a great example of Dutch industrial heritage where we have been able to preserve the great architecture of the past and simultaneously add a touch of modernism,” says CEO Daan A.J. Kersten. The official opening is scheduled for after the summer holidays.