Digital supply chain startup DiManEx raises $2.7 million in new funding

Dutch company DiManEx has raised $2.7 million in funding from Marisan & Partners BV and La Terza SARL for its digital supply chain platform.

The cloud-based SaaS service connects customers with additive manufacturing partners for on-demand delivery of industrial parts. It identifies where the supply chain can benefit from 3D printing and links to the appropriate supplier.

The new funds will be used to grow the company’s customer base.

“We’ve only seen the beginning of the impact additive manufacturing will have on industrial supply chains across the globe,” said Tibor van Melsem Kocsis, CEO of DiManEx. “This funding round will help us scale and further enable our customers to print any part, anywhere in the world, with the simple click of a button.”

The startup has also received support through a credit scheme from the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs.

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