Łódź, 27.12.2021 r.
GREENFILL3D has been qualified for the InNow Project implemented under the Interreg EU program. The company’s representatives will take part in training courses conducted by international experts in the field of business development in the field of renewable energies, ecology and Circular Economy. The company will also have a chance to establish cooperation with one of the leading companies in the CEE region.
Europe is changing fast towards a greener future and innovations are key factors to that change. And these are often startups and SMEs that lead on the path of both breakthrough or incremental innovations. Their much-wanted inventions can help to create a better, cleaner tomorrow. But for that purpose, leverage is needed. It can be offered by large corporations that operate in the market of energy and environment related markets. They are open for new solutions and for undertakings that offer them.
Among companies taking part in the project are:
- Veolia Group (Poland)
- ZSE (Slovakia)
- BPT d.o.o. (Slovenia)
- Tungsram Group (Hungary)
- HEP ESCO d.o.o. (Croatia).
GREENFILL3D develops innovative additive manufacturing solutions based on natural materials. The company’s goal is to implement the Zero-Waste idea for 3D printing and to create new ecological standards in the creation of everyday objects. GREENFILL3D operates on the border of three areas:
- processing of ecological thermoplastics based on biodegradable or recycled materials, doped with natural ingredients (e.g. wheat bran)
- additive manufacturing with the use of the above-mentioned materials
- design and production of own products, including advertising materials and POS.
The GREENFILL3D team comes from the Polish company CD3D (www.centrumdruku3d.pl), operating in the area of additive manufacturing since January 2013.
GREENFILL3D Sp. z o.o.
36B Mikołaja Kopernika Str.
90-552 Łódź, Poland, UE
Phone: (+48) 537 766 266