Spare Parts 3D introduced its Additive Manufacturing solution to key Saudi Stakeholders during the French Fab Booster accelerator program
Saudi Arabia, 12 December 2022: Spare Parts 3D (SP3D) is a French startup that helps manufacturers digitalize their spare parts inventory through additive manufacturing. They were part of the first French-Saudi French Fab Booster accelerator program that took place in Saudi Arabia from the 14th to the 24th of November launched by Business France, the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy, in partnership with the National Industrial Development and Logistics program (NIDLP)
During a 10-day immersion program, the French startup specialized in additive manufacturing had the opportunity to pitch its unique machine-learning software DigiPART in front of key local players, industrialists and investors during tailor-made business meetings and strategic conferences, to explain the benefits of additive manufacturing for a simplified, decarbonized and more reliable supply chain.
The Middle East: an excellent launchpad to scale up their additive manufacturing solution to localize supply chains
Spare Parts 3D solutions have proven to be successful in the Middle East as evidenced by its recent collaboration with Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) where during six months, the team processed 150,000 coded spare parts to define a 3D printing adoption matrix based on technical feasibility and economical attractiveness.
“This program was co-built to support In-Country value initiatives in Oman. SP3D regrouped the outcome to show the Additive Manufacturing solutions and materials combinations with most potential to increase local added value. PDO was then able to provide input to local investment decisions and support the localization strategy” commented Paul Guillaumot, CEO of Spare Parts 3D