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Phillips Corporation and EOS North America expand their distribution partnership

Hanover, Md., July 28, 2021 – Phillips Corporation, a leading solutions provider of subtractive and additive manufacturing (industrial 3D printing, or AM) technology products and services, today announced it has expanded its commercial territory offering EOS AM technology to include four new states: Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland and eastern Pennsylvania – growing its total East Coast presence to 12 states. This expansion strengthens Phillips’ robust portfolio of technology products and services that already includes CNC machining centers, industrial automation systems, additive manufacturing technology, and world-class services.

In 2016, EOS, the leading OEM of qualified metal and polymer AM technology, successfully engaged Phillips Federal to represent the company in Federal Governmental contracts with the Department of Energy, Department of Defense and National Laboratories through the General Services Administration. The organization went on to grow its AM understanding and consultative capabilities and the Channel Partner relationship with EOS has bloomed to now include much of the eastern U.S.

“Phillips is our standout industry partner capable of running projects through its Additive Innovation Center inside the U.S. Army’s Rock Island Center of Excellence in Illinois,” said Andrew Snow, senior vice president at EOS North America. “Additionally, the company was the very first Certified Training Partner of our Additive Minds applied engineering team, allowing them to support customers in identifying use cases for 3D printing, and jump starting their production.” 

This expanded agreement is a testament to the exponential growth of AM and strengthens the competitive positioning for both organizations. Together, Phillips and EOS are now providing valuable expertise and education to inspire engineers to ‘think additively’ and more quickly move their ideas from the whiteboard to reality.

“Phillips Corporation is pleased to expand its partnership with EOS, the worldwide leader in industrial 3D printing technology. Our organization now has the ability to offer EOS’s innovative additive manufacturing solutions to a broader range of commercial customers in the US,” said John Harrison, director of additive manufacturing at Phillips.

“As the additive manufacturing industry continues to experience explosive growth, EOS
and Phillips will be at the forefront, providing an end-to-end solution and legendary
customer support ensuring the success of our clients.”

Organizations interested in learning more about Phillips Corporation’s EOS AM offering
can visit EOS – Phillips Corporation or contact [email protected] to learn more.

About Phillips Corporation
For more than 60 years, federal government, private sector industry and education leaders have trusted the experts at Phillips Corporation to solve their greatest manufacturing challenges. Our mission is to create legendary value for the manufacturing community by unlocking solutions to propel capabilities, profitability,
and productivity. Phillips has been serving the manufacturing community for over 25
years as one of the largest Haas Factory Outlets in the world. Phillips represents a
robust combination of equipment, applications expertise, and services that are well-suited
to meet the growing range of present and future manufacturing
applications requirements. Learn more about Phillips at www.phillipscorp.com.

About EOS North America
EOS North America is a business of EOS, providing responsible manufacturing solutions via industrial 3D printing technology to manufacturers around the world. Connecting high quality production efficiency with its pioneering innovation and sustainable
practices, the independent company formed in 1989 will shape the future of manufacturing. Powered by its platform-driven digital value network of machines and a holistic portfolio of services, materials and processes, EOS is deeply committed to fulfilling its customers’ needs and acting responsibly for our planet.

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