Laserax Moves European Operations to New Location in Germany

authorIcon By David Maltais on March 14, 2023 topicIcon News

Canadian company Laserax solidifies its presence in the European automotive industry by moving its German office from Bremen to Bad Krozingen. This strategic decision brings Laserax closer to Stuttgart’s automotive hub. The new facilities include a fully equipped laser cell for client tests and a product showroom.

Laserax developed many industrial laser solutions and processes for electric vehicle manufacturing in recent months, many of which are already in use by the world’s top automotive manufacturers. Laserax invested in a facility that’s bigger, more efficient, and closer to customers to scale up European operations. “The electric vehicles industry expands at a fast pace and we’re making sure that our team has the proper resources to grow with our customers,” says Laserax’s president Xavier Godmaire.

Denis Ochsenbein, Laserax’s Head of Sales in Europe, manages the office. “The new test laboratory allows us to have a quicker turnaround time while testing sample parts for our European customers,” Ochsenbein explains. “Once we complete the tests and optimize the laser process for the customer’s needs, we can invite them to see it in person and have a look at our assembled machines in the showroom.”

Laserax will also attend several international industrial fairs in Germany in the upcoming months such as Hannover Messe, The Battery Show Europe and GIFA 2023.

About Laserax

As a laser manufacturer, Laserax brings the most advanced laser technology to the manufacturing world, offering high performance, work safety and reliability in industrial environments. With a global presence, Laserax works with local partners to offer fast high-quality support to its clients.


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David Maltais

David is Content Marketing Specialist at Laserax. Trained as a journalist, he got interested in engineering through motorsports, following many racing series over the last 25 years. David is always curious to see how technologies evolve and change our world.