MAGMA’s activities in the Czech and Slovak Republics were sustained for many years by AXIOM TECH, s.r.o., and MAGMA would like to express its appreciation to everyone at AXIOM Tech for their long-lasting support. Due to the changing and growing market demands, MAGMA GmbH has decided to establish its own branch office in this region.
The main goal of the branch office is to strengthen MAGMA’s relationship with its customers through direct and intensive communication and support. MAGMA is convinced that it is important for the foundries to be kept up to date on news and knowledge about casting processes and simulation, to take advantage of trainings and continuing education offerings, as well as to be involved in an exchange of information regarding new R&D findings. Casting process simulation will only provide its full potential and economic benefits in a competitive market when it is coupled with a skilled user and is fully embedded into a company’s structure and flow of communication. Providing ongoing training, support, and engineering services as measures to achieve this goal will be the central objective of the new MAGMA office in Pardubice in the Czech Republic.
MAGMA is happy to have Dr. Petr Kotas and Michal Špaček on board to strengthen its activities in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Both colleagues are competent and experienced foundry engineers.