DiManEx, a 3D printing stock chain software supplier located in the Netherlands, has collaborated with Logistyx Technologies. This is a U.S. developer of transport management solutions for package shipping. The collaboration will see Logistyx’s TME solution manage its DiManEx’s multi-carrier parcel shipments.
“We see smaller, more frequent deliveries happening everywhere, and shipping parcels demands a high level of customer service and transparency at the lowest possible cost,” says Logistyx President Ken Fleming.
“Dimanex helps businesses in many of the world’s most-established industries embrace a more efficient on-demand supply chain, and Logistyx ensures each on-demand part arrives where it’s needed on-time and cost-effectively.”
DiManEx was established in 215 and it has its headquarter in Amsterdam. The company is committed to optimizing its clients’ stock chains via digitization and recognizing possible savings for components. This is by use of 3D printing.
The firm offers an end-to-end program for art naming, production, delivery, and design. In 217 DiManEx raised $2.7 million in Series A financing to assist further develop the program.
DiManEx intends to revolutionize production supply chains in the very manner e-commerce has changed retail. The company’s stage digitizes a client’s list to substitute the huge stockpiles of spare pieces. This is in a move to carry out this purpose. Also, the campaign has been explored all through the manufacturing sector.
Apart from making digital stock, the DiManEx program also helps companies identify components in its present database. The parts that may be produced by use of 3D printing with its Supply Chain Inspector analytics tool. After the design is accepted, the platform auto matches the component order with the additive manufacturing service provider.
These are providers in its network that completely match the materials needs and specifications. The piece is then transported to the client on demand.
“DiManEx is revolutionizing supply chains for manufacturers and maintenance and repair teams across a wide range of industries, much like e-commerce has transformed retail,” states DiManEx CEO Tibor van Melsem Kocsis.
“Our end-to-end platform helps them avoid overstocking parts and costly downtime, producing and shipping smaller quantities as they need them and closer to where they need them through localized production.”
DiManEx’s cloud-based 3D printing supply chain program has been used by the electronic car maker Lightyear and Dutch Railways. In a multi-year agreement deal, Dutch Railways collaborated with DiManEx to include 3D printing into its additional part delivery. Also, Lightyear created a sustainable vehicle prototype with over sixty 3D printed central parts. They used DiManEx’s digital stock chain service.
The aim of the partnership with Logistyx is to raise the effectiveness of its 3D printed piece deliveries. This is in both cost and time using the firm’s TME software.