Arcam EBM to expand into new facility

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Arcam AB, supplier of Additive Manufacturing (“AM”) solutions and part of
GE Additive, has signed a lease agreement with Castellum for its EBM business to move into a refurbished 11,800 sqm. facility in Härryda, outside Göteborg.

As part of Arcam's growth strategy, the company has signed a lease with Castellum for new facilities in Härryda, just outside Göteborg. This new and modern facility, almost three times the size of the current site, will offer Arcam EBM the ability to continue to expand and set the stage for the accelerated growth of the Additive Manufacturing industry. The space will significantly increase machine production capacity and allow for a more collaborative set-up within the company; uniting logistics, research and development, services and operations. The facility will be ready for move in the first quarter for 2019.

The expansion for Arcam EBM follows on that Arcam in September 2017 inaugurated a new powder manufacturing plant at AP&C in Canada.

For further information:

Magnus René, CEO and President, Arcam
Cell: +46 702 79 89 99 or +1 781 266 6957
E-mail: [email protected]

Arcam, a GE Additive company, brings together best-in-class Additive Manufacturing systems, the highest quality materials and real-world production expertise, changing the way manufacturers conceive and produce metal components. Together we use our collective knowledge to inspire and disrupt conventional thinking. Through our solution orientation, Arcam is an innovative partner for advanced manufacturing, primarily in the aerospace and medical industries.

Arcam Group provides Electron Beam Melting systems through Arcam EBM in Sweden and powder metals through AP&C in Canada.

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Arcam AB • Krokslätts Fabriker 27A • SE-431 37 Mölndal, Sweden

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