Gravotech Unites Four Divisions Under Brand Name

Press Release
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Logo courtesy of Gravotech

Gravograph, Technifor, Propen and Type3 unite under the banner of permanent marking solution provider Gravotech Group.

The four Gravotech brands reach across diverse markets to provide permanent marking solutions:

Gravograph is the world leader in laser and mechanical engraving. Its solutions cover signage, identification, object customization, personalization and the production of precision parts.

Technifor specializes in traceability through permanent marking and coding performed directly on parts. These marking solutions are designed to seamlessly adapt to any industrial application from benchtop to integration. A world leader in dot peen, laser and scribing solutions.

Propen is the group’s distributor brand. It provides simple benchtop and portable marking solutions. There are more than 300 independent distributors worldwide.

Type3 is an artistic software developer. It offers CAD-CAM software specifically designed for artistic creation and the jewelry industry.

With one brand, four divisions, the Gravotech Group will be able to offer its customers greater consistency. Especially for software and firmware, customers can seamlessly move from one marking technology to another as needed, while preserving their manufacturing data.

The three distribution and assembly centers are responsible for commercial development of the four brands in their respective geographic areas:
Atlanta, GA for the Americas and Australia; Shanghai, China for Asia and the Pacific; and La Chapelle-Saint-Luc, France for Europe, the Middle East, India, and Africa.


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