Last updateFri, 05 Jun 2020 6am

Stratasys Appoints Rajiv Bajaj as General Manager for India

Stratasys Asia Pacific, a subsidiary ofStratasys Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSYS), a global leader of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, today announced the appointment ofRajiv Bajaj as General Manager, India. Stratasys is also proud to announce the opening of its new office inBangalore, planned for April, providing local support to the growing demand we note in the region for 3D printing solution. These arrangements signify Stratasys' commitment to the region, offering accessible 3D printing solutions to the market.

Mr. Bajaj brings more than 18 years of CAD/CAM/PLM solution sales expertise and product management experience to his new role, overseeing the operation of Stratasys' business inIndia.

"Rajiv is an active thought leader across India. His understanding of the local market and experience is valuable to us as we capture the opportunities in the Indian market, particularly in the manufacturing sector," said Ido Eylon, General Manager ofSouthern Asia & Pacific, Stratasys AP Ltd. "India is a key focus for Stratasys. With a well-established infrastructure, combined with Rajiv's leadership, we aim to strengthen our leading position in the local market. We will continue to strive for service excellence for both our channel partners and customers; and I am confident that Rajiv will successfully lead the team to accomplish these goals."

"I am excited to work with an excellent team here," Rajiv remarked. "Stratasys is a leading player in the 3D printing space and through its innovative technologies and solutions I look forward to expanding its reach across various businesses in the industry inIndia. 3D printing technology is revolutionizing our world and I expect it to continue transforming the future; I believe Stratasys can enable users in the Indian market to embrace this revolution."

The new Stratasys India office is located in Ulsoor, Bangalore. Equipped with the latest technologies and 3D printing solutions, the Demo Centre facility will showcase the full product portfolio ranging from desktop 3D printers to advanced 3D production systems, as well as a matrix of specially engineered 3D printing materials.



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