Xometry acquires Shift, the largest On-Demand manufacturing marketplace in Europe

Xometry has accelerated its international expansion into 12 new countries, leveraging a worldwide network of over 4,000 manufacturers after acquiring Munich-based Shift.

Shift has built the largest On-Demand manufacturing network in Europe and a customer base that includes some of the leading manufacturing companies in Europe, with the company lined-up to operate as Xometry Europe and continue to be headquartered in Munich, Germany.

Shift co-founder and Head of Technology for Xometry Europe Alexander Belskiy noted, “There are huge opportunities in enabling Xometry’s Instant Quote Engine and other product features in the European market.”

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