Distribution deal takes CAM software to China
Sescoi has signed a distribution agreement with Jiangda Technology Development Company, a Chinese engineering group that specialises in providing PLM solutions and service to the manufacturing sector.
Sescoi has signed a distribution agreement with Jiangda Technology development company of China, an engineering group that specialises in providing PLM solutions and service to the manufacturing sector.
This collaboration has already resulted in WorkNC's selection by VS Industry for the manufacture of plastic injection moulds for consumer electronic and electrical goods.
Founded in 1997, Jiangda has grown rapidly and now has seven subsidiaries and business offices in major industrial cities around the country: Beijing, Xi-an, Wuhan, Changchun, Chongqing, Shenzhen and Hong Kong.
A representative from Jiangda pointed out that China is rapidly becoming one of the world's major manufacturing countries.
The company already has over 280 major customers around the country, in sectors such as general machinery, automotive, mould making, aerospace, and shipbuilding.
With the projected growth in manufacturing, the potential market is vast and Jiangda is ideally placed to serve it.
The company has already created a national sales and technical support network, enabling it to support a large customer base while maintaining optimum levels of service, making it an ideal partner for Sescoi.
WorkNC is used by thousands of companies worldwide including most of the world's automobile manufacturers and is renowned for its ease of use and automated cutter paths which set the standard in easy two- to five-axis programming.
Bruno Marko, Chairman and founder of Sescoi, said: 'China is becoming a leading supplier of manufactured goods and there is a strong requirement for technology'.
'Working with Jiangda, who have the skills and resources to meet those needs throughout the country, presents an exciting opportunity for Sescoi'.
'Not only is WorkNC high performance, but it is simple to learn and use, enabling Chinese companies to overcome the shortage of skilled CAM operators and maximise their productivity fast'.