Currie Group and EVOK3D announce partnership

Currie Group has entered a partnership equity agreement with EVOK3D with executive chairman David Currie saying it represents exciting business opportunities in new markets for both companies and customers.

EVOK3D is a specialised 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company that has been in operation for seven years and is HP’s 3D Production Specialist Partner in Australia.

Its core business is supplying and supporting professional and production 3D printing solutions which includes machinery, consumables and software.

Combined with EVOK3D’s deep specialisation in 3D printing solutions, the new partnership will accelerate the ongoing growth in EVOK3D’s sales and support capability whilst leveraging Currie Group’s management experience and Australian and New Zealand footprint.

Currie Group executive chairman David Currie says, “The strategic partnership represents exciting business opportunities in new markets for both companies and our customers. Celebrating our 70th anniversary this year, Currie Group brings a wealth of industry knowledge and experience relevant to the current industrial adoption of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing.”

EVOK3D managing director Joe Carmody says, “3D printing has moved beyond just prototyping and is now a viable direct manufacturing technology. To meet the growing demand for these technologies we needed to scale the business and Currie Group is ideally positioned having pioneered digital disruption of the 2D print industry over the last 20 years. For our clients across education, design, industry and healthcare it means they can continue to invest with confidence.”

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