thyssenkrupp shares a white paper on AM at TechCenter

Mr. Lim Kok Kiang, Assistant Managing Director, Singapore Economic Development Board and Dr. Donatus Kaufmann, Executive Board Member, thyssenkrupp.

At the official launch of its AM TechCenter Hub in Singapore, German conglomerate thyssenkrupp also shared a comprehensive white paper on additive manufacturing (AM) potential in the ASEAN region which they projected could generate USD100 B economic value by 2025.

The white paper titled “Additive Manufacturing: Adding Up Growth Opportunities for ASEAN” offered a deep insight and perspectives of AM in the ten member countries making up ASEAN.

Some key highlights include “Additive manufacturing will surely be an innovative solution to further drive growth in ASEAN, as long as stakeholders work together to continue building awareness as well as a supportive ecosystem for additive manufacturing adoption and development.”

The TechCenter Hub in Singapore will be the regional hub for the company’s existing TechCenter in Mulheim an der Ruhr in Germany and will focus on innovations around additive manufacturing solutions in metal and plastic technologies for customers in marine and offshore, automotive, cement, chemical, mining and other heavy industries.